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Senior Class Officer: 
Foreword 
Dedication 
In Memoriam 
Administration 
Faculty 
Mirror Staffs 
Senior Section 
Class Song 
Class History 
Class Prophecy 
Class Will 
Class Poem 
Senior Play 
Talent Show 
Junior Prom 
Senior Prom 
Class Day 







enior Superlatives 

Graduation 

cholarship Awards 

Vocational High School 

"bmorrow's America — 196-4 

Activities 

National Honor Society 

American Field Service 

ports 

>aby Pictures 

Jnderclassmen 

acknowledgments 

lUtographs 

riends of Waltham High 

enior Homerooms 

'ocational Departments 

dvertisin 



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foreword 

We have in the 
course of recent 
tragedies had time 
to reflect on several 
major premises-. 
What is this entity 
we call the United 
States of America? 
What are the ideals 
and hopes upon 
which it was 
founded? Who are 
the men who have 
taken that bold in- 
itiative and dynamic 
leadership to make 
this American 
dream possible? 
How have we been 
able to survive as a 
nation through sev- 
eral world conflicts, 
numerous minor 
ones, and even in- 
ternal strife ? And 
what are our goals 
and our expecta- 
tions? It is the pur- 
pose of this book to 
alleviate some of 
that bewilderment 
which has clouded 
over our sense of 
dedication and di- 
rection. We have at- 
tempted to show 
the basic ideals and 
ideas which have 
motivated in the 
past, and can moti- 
vate in the future, 
our nation to its 
true manifest des- 
tiny. 

THE EDITORS 







Dedication 



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Many things have blended themselves together to make America great. But beyond 
our social and technological advancements there has been one important factor that is 
often forgotten in a survey of our history. That is the contribution of classroom teachers 
to our way of life. 

From the earliest one-room, little red school houses to the modern educational com- 
plex, the leavening agent of education has been the teachers. Always striving to plant 
the seed of intellectual curiosity with a firm background of guidance and discipline, 
they have inspired generation after generation of American men and women to strive for 
excellence. Dedicating their lives to our youth, the American classroom teachers have 
created the great adventure that is the quest for truth and justice. 

In tribute to their unheralded service, we, the class of 1964, respectfully dedicate our 
MIRROR to our teachers, the faculty of Waltham Senior High School. 




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j a spot known as Camelot ' The; 
favorite song remind us all too poignantly that, like the castled city of Camelot, our late President has been given to the 
ages. There can be other analogies drawn. Just as Camelot dissolved at the height of its power, so too was this young, 
vivacious man at the height of his political might cut down in a Dallas street. Here was a man intensely dedicated to God, 
country, and family who awakened our nation, and the world, to new frontiers of peace and unity. He was a man whose 
prime objective was that the youth of our nation have a sense of responsibility and dedication. For them to grow morally, 
mentally, and physically in order to mature into upright, responsible citizens was his one satisfaction. His inspiration was 
also a challenge, a challenge which could never ring from the crumbled walls of Camelot. If we accept this challenge, then 
the few short years he served will be as legion and as bright as stars in the sky. Let us not forget that for one brief moment there 
was a man known as John Fitzgerald Kennedy. 



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f/ohn Jitzgera/d frtennedu 

JKay 29, 1917 — Xooe/n£er 22, 1963 

35/Ji CPresic/ent of t/ie Qlni ted States of America 
' JKay 29, 1917 — ^ouemSer 22, 1963 

" \ off fie 6c /on as to me ayes. ' 




MR. WILLIAM J. GALLAGHER 

Headmaster 



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To the graouates of V)6U: 

I am oleased that you chose to dedicate your 

yearbook to your teachers. i*ext to your parents, 

no one has b^en .-.ore important to your development. 

Th is your teachers are people with a touch of 

immor'-aii ty in that you will direct others from 

the examples set by them, and they In turn will 

guide others ad infinitum. 

"And th-\t farm boy to himself 3aid he, 

•When I grow up, like Mark Hopkins I'll be,'" 

"ienper Superar-e- -Always to r.xcel" can well 
eontinue to be your aim In the changing future as 
you advance from the scene of happiness and accom- 
plishment at flaltham High School 1961-1 ?ol+. klong 
with your housemaster, Mr. iUmon ^orang, I hone that 
continued collective and individual success will oe 
with you always. 

William J.' Gallagher 



MR. JAMES FITZGERALD 
Superintendent 




WALTHAM ri'liUl' S< IUHH.h 

Vocational High School 

100 Ntimii'rr Street 
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To the Class of 1964; 

Never* before has our outh beon "aced with such a reat - 
rhallen. e. The combination of a-jtonation, which \f. replacln ' 
workers b the thousands, plus the technolo 'leal a.e In which ;'* 
we are living, are some of today's problems. 

Your quest for prosr-erit and happiness in the rears to 
come will be baaed on .our ability to produce while faced with 
competition of the most critical sort. 

?ree education and American s-stem of free enterprise pro- 
vide ooportunitles for ou to build a successful career which 
is unmatched an -where else In the world. You have reached a 
level of training which will make it possible for ,"ou to take 
our place In the communlt as responsible and flnanciall" 
independent citizens. 

Ma" each of 'ou achieve the victor of success and en <o 
ood health in the ears that lie ahead in today's chall^n -1 o ■ 
wori.-i, Mav 'ou be uided b th« In.^* rational messa - e left b* 

our late President John P, Kenned - " ani so, m fellow : 

Americans, ask not what our countr * can do for 'ou -- ask, whst 
■ou can do for "our countr ." 



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MR. VERNER ROBINSON 

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First Row: Mrs. Eileen Reynolds, Miss Patricia Curran, Mr. Richard Hood: Department Head, 
Miss Katherine Devane, Mrs. Lillian Shirley. Second Row: Mrs. Carole Bowman, Miss Katherine 
Thornton, Mr. Donald Prohovich, Mr. William Boyd, Mr. Richard Collins, Miss Jean Paquette, Miss 
Diane Tabor. Absent: Mr. John Judge, Mrs. Barbara Willett, Miss Janice Baulne, Mr. D. Leon 
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First Row: Miss Stefanie Schneider, Miss Dorothy Cartier, Miss Virginia Betts: Department Head, 
Mrs. Esther Johnson, Mrs. Frederique Feisskopf, Miss Laura Sandi. Second Row: Mr. James Flagg, 
Mr. Irvin Duclos, Mr. Frank Collura. Absent: Mr. Marcel LeFlem, Miss Anka Mueller. 



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At. Thomas Lynch, Miss Mary Lou Hogan: Department Head, Mr. Robert Distel, Mr. Anthony 
/allely. Absent: Mr. Henry O'Brien Jr. 



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First Row: Mrs. Diane Troderman. Second Ron: Mr. Alden Eames: Department Head. Miss Jane 

Sprogis. Mrs. Catherine Sanford. Mr. James Winters. Mr. Raymond Yetten. Third Ron ■ Mr. Joseph 

Wiellette, Mr. Clement Perkins, Mr. Lloyd Avery, Miss Helen Hirst. Foutih Rou : Mrs. Marie Case, 
Dr. Rosa Kubin. 

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First Row: Mrs. Nancy Patterson, Mrs. Esther Carney, Miss Arlene Darmedy, Miss Helen Daily, 
Mrs. Edith Minear. Second Row: Mr. Philip Philip, Mrs. Sarah Huszti, Miss Louise McCullough: 
Department Head, Mr. Thomas Neylon, Mr. Saul Richman, Mr. Paul Gilbert, Mr. Joseph Gilliam. 
Absent: Mr. William Orman. 



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Miss Mary Mooney, Mrs. Shirley Murphy, Miss Marion MacQuarrie, Miss Margaret Hogarty, Miss 

Eleanor Tahaney, Mrs. Katherine Murphy, Mrs. Marguerite Marr, Miss Myrtle Grover, Mrs. 

Constance Dorin, Miss Hazel Balch: Department Head, Mrs. Marie Morris, Mr. Albert Flight. 
Absent: Mr. Joseph Hall. 

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First Row: Mr. Leland Chapman: Department Head, Mr. Anthony Mrugala, Mr. Lawrence Elliott. 
Miss Margaret Nolan, Miss Clare Cunningham. Mrs. Mary McGagh. Absent: Mr. Albert Jurgela. 




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"•irst Row: Miss Helen Castros, Miss Eleanor Childs. Second Rou : Mr. Clifford Poirier, Mr. Henry 
X^oronicz, Mr. John Krol. Absent: Mrs. Mary Hamann. 



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VOCATIONAL HIGH SECRETARIES 

Seated: Mrs. McCarty. Standing: Mrs. Putnam — School 
Nurse, Miss Graceffa. 



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First Row: Mr. Antonio Damian, Mr. Charles Hertigan, Mr. John McCIosky, Mr. Carl Lando, Mr. John Back, 
Mr. Lloyd VanArsdale — Director, Mr. Arthur Quinn, Mr. Robert Kenney, Mr. Calvin Kalishman, Mr. Louis 
Daniels, Mr. William Ray. Second Row: Mr. Marcel LeFlem, Mr. Salvatore Scimemi, Mr. Emest Viscarello, Mr. 
Norman Hendry, Mr. John Lehane, Mr. Kenneth Harding, Mr. Frederick Lambert, Mr. Wilfred St. Martin, 
Mr. Frank Goodwin, Mr. Samuel Russell, Mr. George Stanley, Mr. Thomas Procop. 



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EDITORS 

Walter Kneeland — Vocational, Janice Fair — 
Clerical, Anne Hignite — Business, Paul 
Walker — Co-Editor, Mr. Neylon — Faculty Ad- 
visor, Christine Straggas — Co-Editor, Paula 
Medaglia — Art, Rosemarie Cipriano — Subscrip- 
tion, Royal Rhodes — Literary, Domenic Patano 
— Sports. 




EDITORS 





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First Row: Carol Faulkner, Catherine O'NeillX E\zai 
Rhodes, Martha Chaisson, Gail Edwards, Sally <£raie>sanz 
Mary Giordina. Second Row: Mary Hansberry, Carol'iCovg, 
Olivo, Judith Cox, Stephanie Casale, Irene RestierX J™d 
patrick, Edward May, Gretchen Kromer, Judith Anderson^ 




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First Row: Ann Starck, Barbara Morang, 
Susan Bratenas, Anne Patten, Anne 
Hignite, Mary Ann Pergola, Shirley Le- 
Clair, Dale Anderson, Diane Pergola. 
Second Row: Sandra Sickles, Judy Cox, 
Rosalie Scifo, Joan Andrada, Eleanor 
Monaco, Loreen Edry, Carol Shedd, 
Sally Agrillo, Susan Broderick. Third 
Ron 1 : Nancy Jackson, Judy Anderson, 
Carol Salamone, Maureen Pheeney, Gail 
Stempson, Deborah Crane, Gail Ed- 
wards, Gail Alimansky, Dolores Con- 
dell. Fourth Row: Sheryl Hamilton, 
Judy Sicotte, Diane Shaw, Pauline Ca- 
rulli, Carol Faulkner, Betty McKenzie, 
Cathy O'Neil, Christine Mobilia. Fifth 
Row: Patricia Jasset, Deborah Miller, 
Carolyn Ritchey^ Nancy Cotter, Mary 
Giardina. Sixth Row: Jeffery Mason, 
Wayne Littlefield, William Romanecki, 
Richard Kyte. Stephen Grant. 



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First Row: Walter Coutu. 
Tom La Rosa, Peter Mar- 
tocchio, Jorg Bewersdorf, 
Robert Flinn. Second Row: 
Sandra Damuti, Anne 
Patten. Sandra Keyes, 
Ruth Lamport, Francis 
Dear)-, Joan Andrada, 
Debbie Butler, Paula 
Medaglia. Editor, Mr. 
Shea, Art Supervisor. 




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SPORTS STAFF 
L<?// /<? right: Stephen Grant, Peter Zammuto, Diane Pergola, Domenic Patano, 
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MR. MORANG 
Housemaster 



Mary Ann Pergola, Sandra McKeen. 
Rosalie Scifo, Donna Chaklis, Angie 
Bonica, Maria Juliano, Chris Mo- 
bilia, Marsha Maeland, Julia Kaz- 
nocha, Diane Pergola, Ellen Car- 
ruthers, Sally Mobilia, Barbara Mc- 
Fayden, Cindy Stewart, Caren 
Smelledge, Carol Faulkner. Gail Ed- 
wards, Cathy O'Neil, Mary Giar- 
dina, Gail Stempson, Sheryl Hamil- 
ton, Susan Bratenas, Ann Starck. 
Barb.ara Morang, Jeanne Thibeault. 
Eleanor Monaco. 




VOCATIONAL OFFICERS 

President— RICHARD VANARIA 
Vice President— ELDON McWILLIAMS 
Secretary-Treasurer— PAUL COAKLEY 



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"Anybody might have found it, but — His whisper came 
to me." 

KIPLING 




DONALD ADAMS 
46 Downing Road 
Vocational — Electronics 

"Short Mort's" slogan is "be 
real" . . . friends include Paul, 
Fred, and Bryce . . . auto 
racing and cars in general rate 
high ... an alumnus of 
L.S.J.H. . . . foremost in his 
mind is obtaining gainful em- 
ployment. 



SALLY AGRILLO 

1756 Trapelo Road 
College II 

"That's wonderful !" shouts 
this popular senior to Donna 
and Sue when W.H.S. wins 
a game . . . spends spare time 
water skiing or playing the 
piano . . . will always re- 
member activity period with 
Mr. Fitzgerald . . . future holds 
a career in dental hygiene. 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; Senior 
Play 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Class 
Treasurer 4; Mirror Business Staff 
4. 




HEINZ ALBRECHT 

44 Amory Road 
College II 



"Heinzie' 

Brunswick, 
finds that 
and girls, 
"Heinzie" 



hails from New 

Canada, but he 

his hobbies, cars 

remain the same. 

dislikes lunch per- 



iods at W.H.S. but brightens 
at the mention of German 
class. Luck always ! Und Auf 
Wiedersehn ! 



GAIL ALIMANSKY 
304 Bacon Street 
College II 

This gay senior comes to 
us from L.S.J.H. "Great" is 
her description of democracy 
class. Ann, Debby, and Beth 
say that she is quite a fried 
chicken enthusiast . . . Gail 
hopes to attend a college of 
business administration. Good 
luck! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Library Council 3, 4; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; French Club 2. 



FLORENCE ALLEN 
19 Maple Street 
College II 

"How about that?" ex- 
claims "Fluff" after cookir^g up 
a masterpiece for Terry, Billy, 
or Joyce. This exuberant senior 
enjoys democracy classes and 
homeroom periods at W.H.S. 
An active C.Y.O. member, 
"Fluff" aspires to be a nurse. 
All the best in the future. 



SUZANNE ALTRICH 
16 Princeton Avenue 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Pert and pretty Suzanne 
comes to W.H.S. from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High and 
is a clerk typist in the busi- 
ness course. Law, beef stew, 
and activity periods are rated 
high on Suzanne's list of 
"greats." This vivacious senior 
plans to complete her educa- 
tion with I.B.M. school. 



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RALPH AMELIA 

19 Daniels Street 
Business — Accounting 

"Oomba" enjoys bookkeep- 
ing and the talent shows at 
W.H.S. He wishes there were 
more parking spaces, but he 
perks up at the mention of 
girls and cars. We wish him 
luck this fall at college! 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; 
Maroon Squad 4. 



DALE ANDERSON 

17 Irving Street 
Business — Stenographic 

The high-stepping leader of 
our majorettes is an active 
member of our student body. 
"Panda" can often be seen eat- 
ing pizza with Shirley, Marilyn, 
or Jeanie. Business correspon- 
dence offers no worry for Dale, 
but lack of parking spaces 
does. Good luck. Dale, as you 
represent W.H.S. in the busi- 
ness world. 

Activities: Baton Twirler 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4. 




"Now thank we all our God, With hearts and hands and voices. 

MARTIN RINEHART 




DOUGLAS ANDERSON 
44 Beaver Street 
College 1 

Cheerful "Doug" can be heard 
yelling, "nice whip!" to Ted, 
Ben, and Bill. This former 
North Juniorite enjoys a good 
steak more than anything. Also 
high on his list of favorites is 
homeroom period at W.H.S. 
Good luck at college, Doug! 
Activities: Baseball 2, 3. 



JUDITH ANDERSON 

31 Madison Road 
College I 

"That's the truth," chirps 
vivacious "Little Jud." Ger- 
man classes rank high with 
this blue-eyed cheerleader. Jan- 
et, Martha, and Judy tell us 
that "little Jud" also enjoys 
swimming, driving, and eating 
ice cream sodas. Any college 
will welcome this active 
W.H.S. senior. 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; German 
Club 2, 3. 4; F.T.A. 3. 4, Treas- 
urer 4; French Club 2. 3. 4; Class 
Secretary 4. 



JOAN ANDRADA 
94 Temple Road 

Honors 

Artistic Joanie can often be 
seen with Carol, Gretchen, or 
Jenny. This attractive senior en- 
joys English, German and trig 
classes. When not busy doing 
school work, she finds time 
to sketch and go to parties. 
Joanie hopes to attend college 
after graduation. We know 
she'll do fine. 

Activities: German Club 2. J, i. 
Treasurer 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Mirror 
Art Staff 4; Senior Play Make-up 
Committee Chairman 4. 



TED ARICO 

72 Whitman Road 

College I 

"Down on it!" shouts Teddy 
to Tom, Ben and Jack. Studies. 
gym. lunch, and sports rate 
highest with Ted. while chem- 
istry class tops his list of dis- 
likes. His favorite subject is 
math and he hopes to attend 
Bowdoin. Colby or Dartmouth 
after graduation. 

Football 2. 3. ). Cap- 
tain i. B.ueball 2. 3. 4. Captain 
t; Maroon Squad 4; Talent Show 
4; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



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ERNEST ARSENAULT 
50 Pleasant Street 
Vocational — Machine 

Brown-eyed Ernie can be 
seen going to math class with 
Jake, Jim and "J.C." if he's 
not headed for shop. The op- 
portunity for individual pro- 
gress in the class is Ernie's 
main praise of the Vocational 
High. He thinks it's too bad 
he doesn't have a longer lunch 
hour to enjoy his favorites, 
meat loaf and roast beef. Best 
of luck in your future career. 
Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



RUSSELL A.UCOIN 
280 College Farm Road 
Vocational — Electronics 

This alumnus of L.S.J.H. can 
be heard saying, "That's a 
tough break," as the too short 
lunch period ends. Russ can't 
wait for the 2:30 dismissal 
bell so he can bowl a few 
strings. Good luck in choosing 
a profession ! 





JOHN BABSTOCK 
7 Charlotte Road 
College II 

Ellen, "Mouse," and Sameera 
agree that "Babo" is happiest 
when he's fixing cars. He's 
always glad to hear the dis- 
missal bell ring, especially 
when there's a Rifle Club meet- 
ing planned. We wish him the 
best in whatever he does. 
Activities: Rifle Club 4. 



STEVEN BAILEY 
337 Grove Street 
Vocational — Printing 

You'd better "keep it cool" 
that Steve is really called "Bill" 
by friends, Jim, Smitty, and 
Jake. This ex-South Juniorite 
really enjoys a thick juicy steak 
after some time at the rifle 
club or some swimming. His- 
tory class, shops and teachers 
rate high on his list of fa- 
vorites. Steve's future plans in- 
clude the armed forces. 

Activities: Safety Committee 2, 
Secretary 2. 



WALTER BAILEY 

25 Lyman Street 
Business — Accounting 

"Hey there, boy!" might be 
the refrain of "Big Bill" to 
pals Oomba, Dale, and John 
. . . accounting vies with some 
of the teachers as a favorite 
. . . attended North Junior . . . 
data processing will certainly 
orient him for our future 
world of science. 
Activities: Data Processing 4. 




LOUISE BARCA 
110 Adler Street 
College II 

"Hi, 'Lou'!" Pauline, Linda, 
or Joyce can be heard calling 
on the telephone. This brown- 
eyed South Juniorite wishes 
there were more Italian and 
Chinese foods at lunch and 
less one way traffic in the 
corridors. "Lou" plans to enter 
Kenneth Academy and become 
a beautician. Best of luck! 

Activities: Senior Prom Committee 
3, 4; Talent Show 2, 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Maroon Squad 2, 3; 
Knitting Club 4. ■ 



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'Listen my children, and you shall hear 
Df the midnight ride of Paul Revere." 

LONGFELLOW 




ROBERT BARNHART 
164 Copeland Street 
Vocational — Electronics 

This ex-Lexington Street 
Juniorite really enjoys the 
11:00 A.M. bell for lunch 
with Joe and Russ. This brown- 
eyed senior votes lunch and 
the 2:30 bell as just tops. Bob 
dislikes the fact that the Vo- 
cational High isn't co-ed. His 
immediate plans include the 
service, preferably the Navy. 
Smooth sailing! 



WILLIAM BARRY 
7a Hansen Road 
College II 

"Down on it!" shouts Bill 
to Dave, Ben, and Ted, on the 
way to lunch, hoping that 
chicken will be on the menu. 
Algebra II is his favorite sub- 
ject, while chemistry is the 
thing he likes least at W.H.S. 
Future plans include college. 

Activities: Golf Team 3. 4; Ma- 
roon Squad 3, 4. 




(AMES BATTAGLIA 

18 Mayall Road 

Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

"Fry ice!" shouts "Bob" to 
riends, Ray, Ed, and "Mow," 
ifter a bowling game or round 
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lim the chance to work on cars, 
A'hich he really enjoys. He 
ust thinks it's too bad about 
he no student parking facil- 
ties. The U. S. Air Force soars 
nto Bob's future plans! 



STEPHEN BAUCKMAN 

140 Myrtle Street 
College I 

"Slick," as he is known to 
Steve, Jim. and Dick, came 
to W.H.S. from South Junior 
High. Painting, records, and 
girls take up most of his spare 
time. "Down on it!" yells 
"Slick" while enjoying a study 
or an art class. There never 
seems to be enough time be- 
tween classes for "Slick," whose 
future plans are to attend 
Massachusetts College of Art. 

Activities: Ritlc Club 2; Dra- 
matics Club 2, 3: Senior Prom 
Committee 4. 



JOHN BEATTY 

80 Milton Street 
College II 

"You're kiddin'," says John 
to Heinz, Mike, and Bill as 
he rushes to trig and solid 
class. His hobbies include elec- 
tronics and cars. Unfortunately, 
the student parking problem is 
a great burden to him. John 
plans to join the Navy, and 
then go into electronics work. 



JAMES BECKWITH 
200 Warren Street 
College II 

"Jeb Stuart" comes to us 
from Watertown. via Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High. His 
hobbies include golf, girls, and 
basketball. His best friends, Joe. 
Gordon, and Lorna. tell us 
that he likes Mr. Fitzgerald's 
math class best. His future 
plans include college. 



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"To improve the golden moments of opportunity and catch 
the good that is within our reach, is a great art of life." 

S. JOHNSON 



RAYMOND BELL 
95 Upton Road 
Vocational — Machine 

"Isn't that the truth," says 
Ray to Stephen, Roger, ox Jim 
if one should comment about 
the "atmosphere" in history 
class. Steak and Italian food 
compete with swimming and 
tennis as Ray's favorites. The 
future holds college or machin- 
ist work for Ray. Best wishes 
always ! 
Activities: Football 4. 



RAYMOND BELLIVEAU 

137 Myrtle Street 
Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

Bob, Vic, and Paul can tell 
that "Bell" is at his best at 
2:30 or in history class. Cars, 
shooting, and boating rate as 
"Bell's" top inclinations. This 
student from St. Charles plans 
to exchange his shop togs for 
the blue uniform of the U.S. 
Navy. Our best wishes always ! 
Activities: Scuba Diving 3. 





PATRICIA BENINATI 
2 5 McKenn Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Sparkling brown eyes portray 

Patty's friendly personality. A 

baseball enthusiast, gym classes 

are tops with her. When not 

busy working on our Minor 

or newspaper clerical staffs, 

Patty can be found enjoying 

fried clams with Ellie, Sandy, 

or Ernie. Best of luck working 

in a law firm, Pat! 

Activities: Mirror Clerical Staff 
4; Newspaper Clerical Staff 4; 
Pep Squad 2. 3, 4; Talent Show 4. 



ALICE BENNETT 
35 Eddy Street 
College II 

"Alia" really can't decide 
which she likes most — swim- 
ming or Mr. Collin's homeroom 
period. Kathy, Marie, and 
Waldo think that pizza and 
math also rate A+ with this 
brown-eyed miss. We wish you 
W.H.S.'s best at IBM school. 



RONALD BENSON 
29 Church Street 
College I 

"Ben," a former North Jun- 
iorite, loves math and home- 
room period best at Waltham 
High. Bill, Ted, and Doug 
tell us that he likes chemistry 
least and that he could eat roast 
beef any time at all. His future 
plans include college. Good 
luck, "Ben !" 
Activities: Football 2. 3, 4. 



JON BERGMAN 
44 Addison Road 
College II 

Jon, who came to us from 
Quincy, loves golfing and sail- 
ing. "So, what else is new?" 
he asks Charlie, Paul and 
Steve. The fact that there are 
but four class periods a week 
makes high school life more 
enjoyable, but the school spirit 
is a disappointment. Jon hopes 
for college, then plans to enter 
the business world. 



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SANDRA BERINATO 
59 Hillcrest Road 

Business — Stenographic 

Activity periods are whiled 
away happily by this busy sen- 
ior. Bookkeeping rates an A 
with our future secretary. Sandy 
can often be seen going to 
Brigham's with Gerry, Pat, and 
Cindy. The aroma of baked la- 
sagna brings an appreciative 
smile to her lips. Best of luck! 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Mir- 
ror Clerical Staff 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 
4; Red Cross Representative 2. 



JOHN BERNDTSON 

21 Cushing StTeet 
Honors 

John, a former South Junior- 

ite, loves hiking and mountain 

climbing. "Hiums!" yells John 

to Joe, Dick, and Mike as he 

runs to biology. His eyes light 

up at the mention of steak and 

potatoes. John likes Miss Tabor 

most at W.H.S. and the notices 

least. He aims for college, then 

mechanical engineering. Best of 

luck to a great kid ! 

Activities: Debating Club 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Play 4; Language Lab As- 
sistant 3; Chess Club 2; Inter- 
national Relations Club 3. 



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"I know not what course others may take; but as for me, 
give me liberty, or give me death!" 

PATRICK HENRY 




CARLETON BERRY 
119 Russell Street 
College II 

Carleton comes from North 
Junior. Butch, Jack, and John 
tell us that lunch is his fa- 
vorite activity and pizza is his 
favorite food. He really enjoys 
W.H.S. In the future, he plans 
to travel for awhile. 



JORG BEWERSDORF 
87 Marivista Avenue 
Vocational- -Machine 

"Show me who you go with 

and I'll tell you what you 

are!" is "Sargent's" favorite 

"schlagwort" . . . this senior 

must be tops then . . . friends 

include Mr. Benedict, Jim, and 

Ron . . . clarinet, sax, and 

German Club take up his free 

time . . . likes the chance for 

advancement in class . . . plans 

to attend prep school . . . 

eventually hopes to be test 

pilot. 

Activities: Minor Art Staff 4; 
Talent Show 2; Cross Country 2. 



ANTHONY BICCHIERI 

140 Robbins Street 
Vocational — Auto Body 

Shop week and theory classes 
are by far the fondest activities 
of Tony. This alumnus of South 
Junior also enjoys hunting and 
stock car racing when not eat- 
ing spaghetti with Paul, Tom, 
and Bob. Tony sees auto body 
work as his future profession. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff 4. 



SUZANNE BIONDO 
6 Hoi lace Street 
College I 

Lively Sue is frequently seen 

walking through our hallowed 

corridors with George or Jam 

Tins friendly senior enioys 

French classes at W.H.S. A 

great help with Red Cross 

work, Sue hopes to go to a 

junior college Wc re certain 

she'll do well in whatever she 

wishes. 

Altaian dcrmjn Club ; 

Homeroom Representative 4; Pep 

Squad 2. 3; Maroon Squad I; 

F.T.A. 2; French Club 2. 



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THOMAS BIRMINGHAM 
47 Fiske Street 
College II 

When photography is men- 
tioned around this active lad, 
there's sure to be a response. 
Tom may often be seen eating 
subs with Claude and Jerry 
or at the garage trying to fix 
his Rambler. 



CAROL BISHOP 
38 Barbara Road 
College II 

Blue-eyed Carol is an avid 
trig student. Carol, who comes 
to us via North Junior High, 
is known to her friends for her 
wit and intellectual curiosity. 
Carol's plans for the future in- 
clude attending U. of Mass. 
and a career in the field of 
elementary education. 





JOHN BLAINE 
36 Trotten Circle 
College II 

This red-head, a former res- 
ident of Tampa, Florida, can 
often be seen gulping steak 
and mashed potatoes with his 
pals, "The big Swede," Herb, 
and "Dakota" . . . likes lunch- 
time best . . . favorite subject, 
history . . . plans to enter col- 
lege. Good luck ! 



ROGER BLAKE 

3 Copeland Street 
College I 

Genial "Miles" finds the lack 

of student parking spaces most 

disturbing at W.H.S., but he 

is very content in trig classes 

or eating with friends "Goodie" 

and Greg. Sharp-shooter 

"Miles" plans on a college 

education after graduating from 

W.H.S. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2; Weather 
Club 2. 



JAMES BOGLE 

17 Lawndale Avenue 
College I 

"Bog," a happy-go-lucky 

senior, is often seen walking 

in the halls of W.H.S. with 

friends Murph and Dick. He 

especially favors Miss Hirst's 

chemistry labs. When he's not 

in school, this blue-eyed L.R.Y. 

member enjoys coin collecting, 

and peanut butter and banana 

sandwiches. Good luck in the 

future, "Bog," as you enter 

college! 

Activities: Language Lab Assist- 
ant 3, 4; Debating Club 2. 



STEVEN BOLIO 
59 Bowdoin Avenue 
College II 

Ambitious Steve's only com- 
plaint as "O'B" and Kelley 
know is that "Fords don't go." 
If he's not skiing or working 
on cars, Steve's happy in the 
presence of good food and 
"plenty of it." Either Bentley 
College or the service will be 
the starting step of Steve's suc- 
cessful future. 

Activities: Class Vice President 
4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Home- 
room Representative 2, 3, 4. 



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'The executive power shall be vested in a President of 
he United States." 

U.S. CONSTITUTION 




ANGELINA BONICA 

73 Taylor Street 
College II 

"I could tell right away," 
says Angie as she cheers our 
hockey team on to victory. She 
loves democracy classes and 
W.H.S. rallies. Her brown eyes 
sparkle when Christine, Mary- 
ann, or Dianne mention her 
favorite food, pizza. "Angie" 
looks forward to junior college 
and a career as a legal secre- 
tary. 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 3, 
4; Talent Show 3. 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3, 4. 



JOHN BONICA 
64 Oak Street 
College II 

"A laugh a day," says John- 
nie as he walks into the cafe- 
teria during third lunch. Bruce, 
Dick, and Don share John's 
enthusiasm for Christmas va- 
cation and the Boy's Club. The 
future looks bright at the 
I.B.M. school. 




1ELEN BOUDREAU 

I Castle Street 
distributive Education 

A transfer student from St. 

vlary's, Helen is kept busy 

n her spare time with sewing 

n the winter and skiing and 

iwimming in the summer . . . 

;njoys pizza with Dianne, An- 

:oinette, and Phil . . . future 

:>lans include retailing school. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, f; Junior 
Prom 3; D.E.C.A. 4; Talent Show 



JAMES BOUDREAU 
8 Castle Street 
College II 

"If at first you don't succeed. 
try, try again," says Jimmy. 
who comes to us from St. 
Mary's High and the Waltham 
Vocational School. Bud. Bill. 
and Dave know how much he 
likes English class and spa- 
ghetti and meatballs, and how 
much he dislikes sessioas. He 
plans to enter the Air Force 
after graduation. 



BERNADETTE BOURQUE 
123 Russell Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Typing with Miss Grover 
rates high with the secretary 
of "Les Debonnaires." "Bernie" 
always answers, "Sure." when 
Ellie, Carol and Donna sug- 
gest pizzas. The future looks 
hopeful at I.B.M. school. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Girls' Sports 
2, 3; Senior Prom Committee 3, 4. 



ROBERT BOWEN 
73 Porter Road 
College I 

Al, Craig, and Dave know 

that "you don't have to if you 

don't want to" when "Buddy's" 

around. If football games or 

German Club meetings are on 

his agenda, "Buddy" is happy. 

Future plans include majoring 

in German at B.C. 

Activities: German Club 2. 3, 4; 
Senior Play 4; Language Lab As- 
sistant 2, 3. 4. 



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"All legislative powers . . . shall be vested in a Congress 
of the United States." 

U.S. CONSTITUTION 




NANCY BOWLBY 
78 High Street 
College II 

"You'd better believe it," 
answers Nancy when asked if 
she likes football games. "Red" 
can often be found with Anne 
and Sally eating fried clams 
or skiing. I.B.M. school is 
number one among Nancy's fu- 
ture plans. We can believe 
she'll make good! 




BRIAN BOWLEY 
201 Ash Street 
College II 

Basketball and high jump- 
ing take up most of Brian's 
spare time . . . enjoys gym 
classes at W.H.S. . . .. relishes 
eating pizza with Steve and 
Frank. Artistic Brian hopes to 
attend Massachusetts College of 
Art. 




JOHN BRADY 

2 Clements Road 
College II 

The dismissal at 2:30 and 
math class are superb in this 
North Juniorite's estimation; 
friends Joe, Paul, and Kevin 
say subs are too. John's fa- 
vorite hobby is sports — basket- 
ball in particular. Best wishes 
as a machinist! 

Activities: Homeroom Represent- 
ative 3; Basketball 2, 4. 



JAMES BRANDT 
71 Dix Street 
College II 

Playing the guitar is one of 
"Boogie's" favorite pastimes 
. . . enjoys the days off with 
Jack and Tom . . . future plans 
include college. Best of luck! 



EDWARD BRANNELLY 

48 Albert Street 
College II 

The golf bug has bitten ami- 
cable "Larry." This ex-St. 
Mary's student likes everything 
about W.H.S., except wearing 
ties. College or business school 
is a bright spot in Larry's fu- 
ture. 



SUSAN BRATENAS 
24 Baldwin Road 
College II 

"Good-bye forever!" says 
Sue as she downs another pea- 
nut butter and marshmallow 
sandwich. This attractive, blue- 
eyed blonde is a busy girl at 
W.H.S. helping in our talent 
shows and senior plays. She 
likes football games and Mr. 
Gallagher. Sue plans to attend 
a junior college and then wants 
to be an airline stewardess. 

Activities: French Club 3, 4; Ma- 
roon Squad 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Senior 
Play Ticket Committee 4. 



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FRANK BRAZELL 
23 Edwin Road 
College I 

Sports-minded "Frankie" 

lever gets "teed off" at the 
nention of a round of golf 
Dy friends Bill and Bill. Like 
ill Waltham High's athletes he 
dislikes wearing a tie but can't 
refuse a big pizza. "Frankie" 
has his goal set on college for 
next fall. 



BARRY BRENNAN 
21 Brennan Avenue 
College II 

Seventh period is popular 
Barry's favorite class at Wal- 
tham High, although lunch 
rates a close second. Friends 
Ralph, Buster and Dave pre- 
dict a glowing future for Barry 
after college. 




"Legal interpreter of the Constitution. 
JOHN MARSHALL 



Activities: Golf 
3aseball 2. 



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WILLIAM BRENNAN 
145 Dale Street 
College II 

"Forget it!" exclaims "Wil- 
ly" to friends Pete, Nick, 
and Freddie while he ponders 
aver his math. Blond and 
friendly, Willy enjoys eating 
at W.H.S. but would appreciate 
an order of steak once in a 
while. The service lies in store 
for "Willy" after graduation. 



SUSAN BRODERICK 
Jacksonville, Illinois 
College II 

To the dismay of all her 
friends, especially Dolores, 
Jeanne, and Sally, peppy, pop- 
ular Sue moved away from us 
in November of 1963. Sue en- 
joyed the football games and 
her history class. We hope this 
future nurse will come back 
to visit us often. 

Activities: Homeroom Represent- 
ative 2; Pep Squad 3; Talent Show 
2; Junior Prom Committee 2. 



JOSEPH BROWN 
9-C Prospect Hill Lane 
Honors 

"The Brown Boy" has many 
favorites at W.H.S. : Mr. Bene- 
dict, football games, five min- 
utes passing, and math classes. 
Joe, who comes from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High, likes 
playing touch football, drink- 
ing frappes, and driving with 
Dave. Paul, and Randy. His 
high hopes for the future in- 
clude college, a world tour, and 
then O.T.S. in the Air Force. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2; I.B.M. Computer 

Programming - 



STEPHEN" BROWN 
36 Sheffield Road 
College II 

"Brownie" finds bomb 
scares at W.H.S. "wicked fun- 
ny" . . . happiest at football 
games or eating fried clams 
with Al, Jim and Mike . . . 
his key to a successful future 
is found at Northeastern Uni- 
versity. 



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RONALD BUCKLEY 
19 Stow Street 
College II 

Greg, Mike, and Bob all 
agree that this is one "Buck" 
you can't pass . . . math is not 
considered square ... at- 
tended North Junior High . . . 
plans a career in the United 
States Air Force. 

Activities: Band 3, 4, Drum Ma- 
jor 4; Glee Club 3, 4. 



JANET BURKE 
13 Mayall Road 
Honors 

"Let's go to Brigham's" 
yells "Burkie" to "Jud," "Lit- 
tle Jud," . and "Mart" after 
a victorious football game. 
After pre-med at B.U. and med- 
ical school, the future looks 
bright for Dr. Burke. 

Activities: French Club 2, 3, 4, 
President 4; Debating Club 2, 
3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; International 
Relations Club 2; Student Council 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 






EDITH BURTON 
168 Prospect Street 
College I 

English with Miss Tabor 
ranks high on "Edie's" list 
of favorites. Edie, a quiet girl, 
enjoys sewing, cooking, and 
playing the piano. Kathy, Lynn, 
and "Pinkie" are her closest 
friends. Next year will find 
"Edie" at Massachusetts Col- 
lege of Art. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Mirror 
Art Staff 3, 4. 



FREDERICK BUSSIERE 

145 South Street 
Vocational — Electronics 

"Bing" enjoys data process- 
ing as Rick can attest . . . "It 
ain't a big thing," but pretzels 
are his favorites . . . South 
and North Juniorite . . . likes 
hunting and skiing . . . plans 
a career as an electronics tech- 
nician. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 4; 
Gift Committee 4; Data Pro- 
cessing 4; Rifle Team 2, 3. 4, 
Captain 4; Prom Committees 3, 4. 



FELIX CAFARELLA 

81A Maple Street 
College II 

Tall, dark, winsome "Phil" 
is a new student at our school. 
Coming from St. Charles, he 
enjoys the system of changing 
classrooms at W.H.S. We fre- 
quently hear him exclaim, "hot 
ticket" to his friends Butch, 
Johnny, and Roger. "Phil" 
hopes to go on to college. We 
wish you the best. 



RODNEY CAIL 
1 1 Manor Road 
College II 

"Roddy's" only comment 

about the one way traffic on 

the overpass is "That's wicked 

bad." Skeeter and Gordy tell 

us that going water skiing and 

eating black and white frappes 

are favorite pastimes of this 

college bound senior. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Play 2, 3, 4; Audio-Visual 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Weather Club 2; 
Red Cross Representative 3. 



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DENNIS CALLAHAN 
50 Lowell Street 
College II 

"Denny" can be found eat- 
ing steak and lobster with 
Cappa, Mac, and Willis. Ger- 
man is his favorite subject at 
W.H.S., and he remembers 
especially the bomb scares. Best 
of luck in your future business, 
Dennis! 



"Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment 
of religion; or the free exercise thereof." 

U.S. CONSTITUTION 



RICHARD CAMPBELL 
24 Calvary Street 
Business — Accounting 

Bruce, Johnny, and Donny 
say Dick is a nut over motor- 
cycles . . . wishes Campbell's 
soup were served in the cafe 
. . . likes the sound of the 
2:30 bell at the end cf the 
day but is saddened at the 
thought of leaving W.H.S. for- 
ever . . . future plans include 
floor laying, sanding, and re- 
finishing. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2; 
French Club 2. 




GERALDINE CAPPADONA 

33 Hagar Lane 
Business — Stenographic 

"Geri," a business course 
senior, hails from North Junior 
High. She loves bowling; and 
when she tells Muzzy, Nancy, 
and Frankie that she's "hun- 
gry," they know it's time for 
spaghetti. Geri rates her soph- 
omore homeroom periods as 
tops at W.H.S. After gradua- 
tion she plans to work as a 
secretary. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4. 



JOHN CAPPADONA 
75 Lake Street 
College II 

If you hear someone play- 
ing away on the drums, it's 
most likely "Cappa." John, who 
comes to us from St. Sebas- 
tian's, lists steak and lobster 
among his favorite foods. At 
W.H.S. he enjoys lunch and 
activity periods. After grad- 
uation it's off to college. 

Activities: Talent Show 2. 3, 4; 
Football 2. 




LINDA CARAMANICA 
46 Elson Road 
Business — Stenographic 

Lexington Street Junior 
High suffered a great loss when 
"Jinx" came to W.H.S. Betsy 
and Janice agree that Linda 
forgets all the "nice talk" 
whenever there's Italian food 
around. Bookkeeping rates tops 
in this brown-eyed miss's cur- 
riculum. 



JONATHAN CARCHIA 
32 Ode Street 
College II 

"Keep it cool," shouts 
' Duane Eddy" to Cappa and 
B. Como. German and the two- 
thirty bell rate high with this 
musically inclined senior. Just 
mention stock cars, and he's 
off and running. Future plans 
include some time in the serv- 
ice. 



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"The right of the people peaceably to assemble. 
U.S. CONSTITUTION 



DOLORES CARDILLO 
676 Trapelo Road 
Business — Accounting 

Bookkeeping is high on 

"Dee's" list of favorites at 

W.H.S. "Dee," a former 

North Juniorite, also favors 

lasagna as her friends Rose and 

Ann well know. She plans a 

career in bookkeeping, and 

we're sure she'll succeed. Good 

luck, "Dee!" 

Activities: Debating Club 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Business Office Staff 
4. 



LINDA CARNEY 
34 Everett Street 
Business — Accounting 

"Catch this action," shou 

Linda to Bernie and Paula 

she starts another hamburg 

. . . enjoys sophomore ham 

room with Mr. Collins . 

hopes to walk the halls 

I.B.M. school in the future. 

Activities: Main Office Staff 
Pep Squad 2; Talent Show 2. 




JO ANN CARROLL 
61 Seminole Avenue 
Distributive Education 

"How's your mother?" 
cheerful "Jo" can be heard ex- 
claiming to friends Arlene, Pat, 
and Karen . . . enjoys gym and 
homeroom period with Mr. 
Yetten at W.H.S. . . . spends 
time dancing and swimming 
. . . sees junior college in her 
future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
D.E.C.A. 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 



ELLEN CARRUTHERS 
50 Curtis Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"Go, Waltham!" shouts this 
blonde lass as she cheers the 
W.H.S. hockey team to vic- 
tory. The 2:30 dismissal bell 
finds Ellen running off with 
Mai and Sally to sample her 
favorite, eclairs. Best of luck, 
always ! 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 3, 
4, Captain 4; Maroon Squad 2, 3. 
4; Mr. Morang's Office 4; Youth 
Council 4; Prom Committee 3, 4. 



CYNTHIA CARTER 

23 Newburgh Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

"Let's go to the football 
game," Cindy often says to 
friends Sue, Ann, and Carolyn. 
She also loves dancing and lis- 
tening to the radio, as well as 
eating clams. Cindy, although 
she dislikes homework, loves 
typing in Miss Grover's class. 
Her business course subjects 
are sure to benefit this future 
secretary. 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Senior Prom Committee 
4. 




PAULINE CARULLI 
65 Virginia Road 
College I 

Everyone watch out! He 

comes Pauline rushing dov. 

the hall to preside over a Lat 

Club meeting. When she is o 

of Latin class, this ex-Nor 

Juniorite is happiest on tl 

tennis courts with Janice, Ju 

and Noel. College and then 

career in interpreting are toj 

on her agenda. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 

President 4; Mirror Homeroo 

Representative 2, 3, 4; Mirr 
Business Staff 4. 



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THONY CARUSO 

75 Alder Wood Road 
College I 

"Tony" comes to us from 
.exington Junior High. His 
favorite food is B. L. T. and 
is favorite class is trig. Often 
ou can find "Tony" talking 
ars with Fitzy, John, and 

cNeil. Good luck in college, 
Tony!" 

ictivities: Football 2, 3; Russian 
:iub 4; Basketball Team 2. 



THOMAS CASEY 

57 Irving Street 
College II 



its 



"Case" confesses that 

college and law school for him 

after graduation. "Tank" and 

"Bhrams" will tell you that 

he enjoys cheering on our 

hockey and football teams best 

of all but that he hates getting 

up in the morning. 

Activities: Talent Show 2; Scuba 
Diving 3; Weather Club 3. 




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"The liberty of the press is the Palladium of all the 
civil, political, and religious rights." 

JUNIUS 




ROSE CASTAGNO 

3 Alder Wood Road 
College II 

Brown-eyed "Rosey" enjoys 
dancing any time, especially 
with Mike, Kathy, and Mai. 
She thinks the sports at Wal- 
tham High are great, too. In 
Rosey's future is hair-dressing 
school. Good luck, Rose! 



ELEANOR CASTELLANA 

405 Main Street 
College II 

Bright eyed "Ellie" loves eat- 
ing Iasagna . . . playing the 
piano is a favorite pastime . . . 
also enjoys going to football 
games and passing outdoors 
with Debbie and Rosie . . . 
future plans include college 
next fall. Best of luck to you, 
"Ellie!" 

Activities: F.T.A. 2; Homeroom 
Representative i; Mirror Rep- 
resentative 4; Weather Club 2; 
Pep Squad 2. 3. 



JOHN CATHCART 

117 Plympton Street 
College II 

Mountain climbing rates 

with beef strogonoff as one of 

John's favorites as Linda, Dick, 

and Diane will attest. The 

mass confusion is "gross" but 

quiet study periods more than 

compensate. His plans include 

a liberal arts college with a 

major in history. 

Activities: Cross Country 2 
Track 2, 3. 4; Mirror Represent- 
ative 3; Red Cross Representative 
2, 3; French Club 2. 



JAMES CHADWICK 
163 Longfellow Road 
College II 

Democracy and Friday after- 
noons rate an "A" with this 
college-minded senior. If you're 
ever looking for "Chad" after 
school, he may usually be 
found eating pizza or at Brig- 
ham's with Jim and Dave. 
Good luck, "Chad!" 

Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Play 4. 



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MARIE CHAISSON 
34 Bruce Road 
Distributive Education 

"What can you do?" shouts 
"Little One" as she enjoys 
pizza with Lucille, Mary, and 
Ann. This petite redhead, who 
comes to W.H.S. from North 
Junior, can be found skating 
or dancing when she's not 
horseback riding or studying in 
math class. Talented Marie 
hopes to enter the field of re- 
tailing after junior college. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 
3; Horseback Riding Club 4; 
D.E.C.A. Club 4; Glee Club 
2, 3. 




ARTHUR CHANDONAIT 
43 Guinan Street 
Vocational — Machine 

Art is an alumnus of Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High . . . 
favorite subject is math . . . 
brown-haired, blue-eyed . . . 
favorite food is steak, as friend 
Tom can attest. Best wishes al- 
ways! 



MARTHA CHAISSON 
20 Oakley Lane 

Honors 

As the crisp autumn days 
arrive, we find energetic Mar- 
tha attending the W.H.S. foot- 
ball games with Caren and 
Betty. Busy "Marte" is a 
former North Juniorite who 
confesses a weakness for ice 
cream and apple pie. Her fa- 
vorite class at W.H.S. will 
always be remembered by 
"Marte" as Miss Hogan's math 
class. So long, Marte, and keep 
up the good work in college! 

Activities: Library Council 3, 4, 
Executive Board 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3. 4; Minor Literary Staff 4; 
Math Club 2, 3, 4. 





DIANE CHANDONAIT 

43 Guinan Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

An alumna of Lexington 
Street Junior High, this perky 
senior enjoys Mr. Flight's law 
classes with Lana and Cheryl. 
"Di" always looks forward to 
winter and the ice skating sea- 
son. Business school holds the 
golden key to her future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Talent Show 
4. 



VICTOR CHARNLEY 

107 Alder Street 
College II 

"Vic," usually seen with 
Gordy, Steve, and Rod, enjoys 
scuba diving, fishing, and boat- 
ing. Democracy class is tops 
with this active treasurer of 
the audio-visual staff. His fu- 
ture plans include college. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 
3, 4, Treasurer 4; Talent Show 
3, 4; Senior Play 3, 4. 



WILLIAM CHASE 

208 Beal Road 
College II 

This brown-eyed athlete 

comes to us from North Junior 

. . . called "Billy" by his 

many friends . . . history class 

rates with pizza as a favorite 

. . . football, a hobby . . . 

plans include the service. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Ma- 
roon Squad 4; Talent Show 2, 3. 



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HARRY CHIASSON 

23 Highland Street 
College II 

Harry likes to bowl with his 
pals Bobbie, Jay, and Bill 
. . . favorite saying, "Get a 
job" . . . favorite food, turkey 
. . . plans to enter the United 
States Navy . . . Hats off to 
our alumnus in blue. 



EDWARD CHIPMAN 
120 Ravenswood Road 
Distributive Education 

This former North Juniorite 
is the operation manager in the 
distributive education class at 
W.H.S., and he is also kept 
busy with his active participa- 
tion in football, hockey and 
basketball. "Teddy" can always 
be found eating roast beef and 
fried clams with Dave, Bo, and 
Al. After graduation "Teddy" 
plans to attend business school 
and later to join the Marines. 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; 
D.E.C.A. 4, Operation Manager 
4. 




WILLIAM CHISHOLM 

20 Lowell Street 
Vocational — Printing 

"Forget it," shouts "Nick" 
to pals Freddy, Billy, and Jim 
. . . cars and meatball subs 
are tops . . . this South Junior- 
ite enjoys the 2:30 dismissal 
bell . . . plans a job in the 
printing trade. Our best al- 
ways! 



JANICE CINCOTTA 
292 River Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Smiling Jan really lights up 

when you mention spaghetti 

and meatballs. She can often 

be seen going to shorthand with 

Judy and Linda. Jan thinks 

the spirit at W.H.S. is great 

and hopes to attend college 

after graduation. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Blood Mobile 4; Mhroi 
Clerical Staff 4; Homeroom Rep 
resentative 2. J, i. 



JOSEPH CINCOTTA 
155 Reyem Street 
College II 

"Down on it!" says this 
sports minded senior from 
South Junior future 

teacher . . . practices fishing, 
hunting and water skiing . . . 
known to friends Roger, Char- 
lie, and Ronnie as "Sonny" . . . 
likes gym and the rotating 
schedule best at W.H.S. . . . 
plans to attend Boston State 
College. 

Activities: Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3; Basketball Team 2. 
3. f. Manager 4; Crimson Key 
4; Red Cross Representative 3. 



LINDA CINCOTTA 
22 Robbins Street 
College II 

South Junior's loss was our 
gain. "Lynnie" enjoys Brig- 
ham's ice cream and watching 
basketball games . . . likes 
English best at WHS. . . . 
plans to be a dental nurse . . . 
counts Donnie and Sue among 
her many friends. 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4, 
Open House Usher 3. 4; Pep 
Squad 2. ); Class Sccretar\ J; 
Junior Prom Committee 3. 



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"Religion and morality lead to political prosperity. 

G. WASHINGTON 




ROSEMARIE CIPRIANO 

600 Lincoln Street 
Honors 

Lively "Rosie" finds life at 
W.H.S. a whirl of activities, 
as she races to Mirror and 
Russian Club meetings. Math 
rates an "A" as does her work 
on the Waltham Youth Coun- 
cil. Ellie and Loreen agree 
that Rose will always be a 
success. 

Activities: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Secretary 4; Mirror 
Subscription Editor 4; Russian 
Club 3, 4; Waltham Youth Coun- 
cil 3, 4; Talent Show 3. 



JAMES CLARKE 
10 Parson's Avenue 
Technical 

Popular Jim likes skating, 
swimming and baseball, es- 
pecially with his friends Jack, 
Roy, and Dave. German Club 
and Mr. Lynch's math class 
also appear on his list of fa- 
vorites. Jim says that the new 
testing program for mid-years 
is the best thing about W.H.S. 
and one way stairs the worst. 
The best of luck in college, 
Jim! 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Ger- 
man Club 4; Science Seminar 2. 





JUDITH CLARKE 
9 Dartmouth Street 
College II 

Lively Judy plans a career 

as a medical secretary after 

graduation. She loves French 

III and Algebra II with Mr. 

Distel. Among her many 

friends are Paul and Lorraine. 

She also enjoys car racing and 

eating apples. Good luck, 

"Clarke!" 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Open House Usher 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Red Cross Represent- 
ative 3. 



PAUL COAKLEY 
102 Alder Street 

Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

"You wish it," say Jerry, 
Jake, and Chuck to "Coke," 
dreaming about ice cream or 
history class. This hazel-eyed 
South Juniorite relishes shoot- 
ing as his extracurricular pas- 
time. His future plans include 
more academic training. 

Activities: Class Secretary 2; News- 
paper Staff 2. 3. 



DIANE COCCO 
95 Central Street 
College II 

Here comes "CoCo" rush- 
ing down the corridor bound 
for math class. "What do you 
mean?" she asks her friends. 
Elayne, Rosie, and Sally. 
"CoCo" thinks the teachers at 
W.H.S. are great. Beware of 
the I.B.M. machines at school, 
Diane. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 



CHARLES COLARULLO 

26 Kenmore Road 
College I 

Charlie comes to us from 
North Eugene High School in 
Oregon. Paul, Skip, and Ray 
tell us that Charlie regrets 
that there is no form of stu- 
dent government at W.H.S. 
His favorite subject is history 
and he plans to go to college 
in the near future. Good luck, 
Charlie! 



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BETSY COLBORNE 
39 Sterling Road 
College II 

"Did someone mention fried 
clams?" Betsy's favorite food 
. . . graduate of Lexington 
Street Junior High . . . friends 
include Linda, Jackie, and Nan- 
cy .. . enjoys typing and classes 
with Dr. Kubin and Mr. 
O'Brien. Betsy desires to fur- 
ther her education after high 
school and become an x-ray 
technician. 

Activities: Library Council 3, 4, 
Executive Board 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3: Pep Squad 2; F.T.A. 
3: Weather Club 2. 



JEAN COLEMAN 

19 Porter Street 
Busine r.f — Accounting 

Law classes with Mr. Flight 
and homeroom periods with 
Dr. Kubin are Jean's favorites 
at W.H.S. When she's not in 
school, she loves to skate and 
water ski. Cheryl and Judy tell 
us that "Beany" hopes to at- 
tend Mansfield Academy. 

Activities: Red Cross Represent- 
ative 4; Debating Club 2, 3; Pep 
Squad 2; Prom Committees 3, 4. 



"Her deck once red with heroes' blood. 
Where knelt the vanquished foe," 

OLIVER W. HOLMES 




tOSEMARIE COLLETTE 

|161 School Street 
\usiness — Accounting 

"Free pizza, are you kid- 
ding?" questions brown-eyed 
Rosemarie as she looks into the 
innocent faces of Ginny, Nancy. 
and Jean. Some of "Shortie's" 
'avorites include bowling, ice 
ikating, and bookkeeping. 
'Rosy's" future plans include 
i career as a secretary. 



ANNE COLOMBO 
73 Clematis Avenue 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Cindy and Sandy tell us that 

those short lunch periods really 

bother Anne, but that she does 

like activity periods with Mrs. 

Reynolds. "Annebelle," who 

comes to us from Saint Charles, 

hopes to have a career as a 

typist after graduation. 

Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



ROBERT COMO 

40 College Farm Road 
College II 

Cars rate high on the list 
of activities and interests of 
"Bob." He also likes steak, 
studies, and the thought of 
graduating. George, Pete, and 
Lou all wish Bob good luck 
at college, as we do also! 



DOLORES COXDELL 
91 Brewster Road 
College II 

Trig class with Mr. Fitz- 
gerald is Dolores's favorite as 
Sue, Robert, and Judy know 
Dolores spends her free hours 
sewing but finds time to cheer 
the W.H.S. team as an officer 
of the pep squad. Her future 
plans include x-ray technician 
training. 

Actirhits: Junior and Senior Prom 
Committers Pep Squad 2. 

3. 1. Officer f. Homeroom Rcp- 
resentatixe 4: Talent Show 2. J, 4 



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JOHN CONNELLY 
1 Castle Street 
Honors 

"See you a little later," says 
this exuberant senior to his 
friends, Tcm, Dave, and Ken, 
after a lucky debate on Wal- 
tham High's merits. Since com- 
ing to Waltham High from 
North Junior, John has found 
a place of honor on our hockey 
squad. 

Activities: Student Council 4, Vice 
President 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Math 
Team 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; 
Crimson Key 4. 



ROBERT CONNOR 
2 1 5 Ash Street 
College II 

"That'll be the day" when 
Bob passes up a chance to go 
horseback riding with Dee, 
Dick, and Vic. Bob dislikes 
the crowded cafeteria but looks 
forward to democracy class and 
the future in the Coast Guard. 
Good luck, Bob ! 





KAREN CONZO 

73 Mayall Road 
Business — Clerk Typist 

"Do tell" can usually be 
heard from Karen as she climbs 
the many stairs of W.H.S. . . . 
looks forward to Mrs. Reyn- 
old's English class . . . loves 
tuna-fish subs as Nancie, El- 
len, and Sandy know . . . 
works hard on prom commit- 
tees. Best of luck as a clerk- 
typist ! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Jun- 
ior and Senior Prom Committees 
3, 4; Talent Show 4. 



JAMES CORBETT 

35 Summit Street 
Vocational — Printing 

Jim finds deciding which is 
his favorite, science class or 
fried clams, difficult, as Lally, 
Dunckel, and Bill know. This 
blue-eyed alumnus of L.S.J.H. 
really wishes the Vocational 
High were co-ed. His future 
plans include a career in print- 
ing. 
Activities: Golf 2, 3, 4. 



PALJL CORCORAN 
51 Crestview Road 
Vocational — Electronics 

The "Japanese Jaguar Kid" 
wishes steak and French fries 
were on the menu in the cafe. 
Friends Jerry and Donna say 
that Paul likes the dismissal 
bell most of all. Paul plans 
to complete his college educa- 
tion in the service and then go 
into research work. Best 
wishes ! 



JAMES CORMIER 

1 7 Vernon Street 
Vocational — Printing 

Jim is an alumnus of Nortl 
Junior . . . history class an< 
clams rate high . . . favorit' 
maxim is "censored," as, "Smit 
ty," Jim, and Steve can attes 
. . . fondest pastimes includ< 
swimming, golfing, and skiing 
. . . dislikes absence of thi 
feminine element . . . plan 
include college. 
Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3, 



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suit of happiness." 

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 



LINDA CORMIER 
155 Lincoln Street 
College 11 

"How about that?" shouts 
Linda, known to friends Jo- 
anne, Sally, and Betsy as "Lynn 
Lou." English class rates tops 
with this Maroon Squad mem- 
ber, who comes to W.H.S. 
from Lexington Street Junior 
High. Football games and 
friends are what Linda likes 
most about W.H.S. Good luck 
in college, Linda! 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Prom Committee 4; Library 
Council 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3. 4. 



ANN CORRIGAN 
73 Ellison Park 
Business — Stenographic 

Ann hails from Lincoln Sud- 
bury Regional High. Eleanor 
and Sharon tell us that chem- 
istry with Mr. Willette and 
the 2:30 bell are favorites with 
this senior. Ann's future plans 
include nursing. 

Activities: Mirror Staff 4; Wea- 
ther Club 2. 





SANDRA CORRIVEAU 
149 High Street 
JB«.r/'«frj — Clerk Typist 

Called "Sandy" by Alice, 
I Karen, and Anne, Sandra looks 
I forward to homeroom periods, 
(but she doesn't enjoy climb- 
ing the stairs in W.H.S. 
H Brown-eyed "Sandy" spends 
her free time sewing and bike 
'riding. Her future plans in- 
Idude secretarial college. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Talent 
Show 4; Junior and Senior Prom 
Committees 3, 4. 



NANCY COTTER 

32 Shade Street 
College I 



Nan's 



"Wait a second!" is * 

only comment when Chinese 

food is brought before her. 

Chemistry and skiing are also 

favorites, as Debbies, Terry 

and Carolyn will attest. Here is 

another alumna of Lexington 

Street Junior High who plans 

to attend college. 

Acliiities: Russian Club 3. 4; 
Club 4; 



PATRICIA COUGHLAN 
17-JR Newton Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Athletic Pat came to W.H.S. 
via South Junior and Lehi 
High in Utah. Judy. Ellie. 
and Bernie know that gym is 
really a "big deal" with Pat. 
Best of luck to this future 
secretary ' 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2. 



Russian 
Ski Club 4; French Club 4; 
or Business Staff 3. 4; F.T.A. 



Min ■>< 
4. 



JOYCE COUILLARD 
121 High Street 
College 11 

When she is in school 
"Bunny" enjoys democracy 
with Mrs. Patterson and home- 
room periods most of all. Out- 
side of school this blue-eyed 
blonde enjoys sewing anil driv- 
ing to Chinese restaurants with 
Pauline. Lou. Pauline, and 
Flo. Joyce plans to be a med- 
ical secretary in the future 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; Talent 
Show 3, Swimming 



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"Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you 
can do for your country." 

JOHN F. KENNEDY 




WALTER COUTU 
9 Walton Street 
College II 

"I don't care," quotes "Bud" 

when discussing the confusion 

with Art, Jane, and Jeanne. 

But he really does care when 

it comes to democracy class 

and frappes. An accomplished 

pianist, this Lexington Street 

Juniorite also enjoys skiing and 

roller skating. College is in 

"Bud's" future. 

Activities: Minor Art Staff 4; 
Ski Club 4; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3. 



CAROL COVENEY 

1060 Trapelo Road 
Honors 

Brown-eyed Carol is usuall; 

seen at W.H.S. with Joan 

Betty, and Gail. Carol's fa 

vorite subject is math; there 

fore, it is not surprising tha 

she's active in the math clul 

and takes the B.C. compute 

course. A member of the Na 

tional Honor Society, Carol in 

eludes college in her futun 

plans. 

Activities: National Honor So 
ciety 3, 4; Mirror Representativ 
4; B.C. Computer Course 3, 4 
Math Club 2, 3, 4; Mirror Liter 
ary Staff 4. 




JUDITH COX 

5 Canterbury Road 
College I 

Popular "Big Jud" likes 
the rotating schedule and Eng- 
lish best at W.H.S. "You'd 
better believe it!" she shouts 
to Judy, Janet, and Martha. 
These friends say that swim- 
ming, eating, driving, and 
sports take up most of her spare 
time . . . Her future plans in- 
clude college — then teaching 
high school English. Best of 
luck to a wonderful kid! 

Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4, President 
4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; Mirror Literary 
Staff 4; Senior Play 4. 



DEBORAH CRANE 

38 Clark Lane 
Honors 

"Debby" loves skiing and 

cooking, especially with Gret- 

chen and Gail . . . remembers 

those wonderful track meets 

. . . dislikes one way passing 

and all the stairs . . . plans 

to enter college and have a 

career in nursing . . . "Vielen 

Gluck!" 

Activities: Track Team 2, 3, 4, 
Manager 4; Red Cross Represent- 
ative 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Main Office Staff 4; Newspaper 
3, 4, Co-editor 4. 



PETER CREMIN 

5 Sharon Street 
Business — Accounting 

"Strike!" cries "Rollie" and 
Harry as all ten pins fall with 
the impact of "Pete's" ball 
. . . likes democracy with Mrs. 
Carney and all the friends at 
W.H.S. . . . "No, it don't 
figure," he says when home- 
work is mentioned . . . plans 
to enter the service after grad- 
uation. 



AUGUSTINE CREONTE 
17 Green Street 
College II 

A transfer student from 
Mary's, "Augie" rates U. 
history as "tops." Mike ar 
Billy tell us "Augie" lov 
sports and turkey. His futu 
plans include the service. We' 
proud of our fellow studer 
"Augie." 



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PAUL CROCCO 
209 Winter Street 
Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

"You wish it," says Paul 
as Ronald, Gerry, and Paul 
mention the possibility of stu- 
dent parking. Shopwork and 
theory are "choice," and pizza 
is just "cherry." Cars, pool, 
and basketball are also "the 
most" in Paul's opinion. We 
are happy that another of our 
graduates will answer the call 
to the service. 



MYRTLE CROCKER 

7 Seminole Avenue 
College II 

"What's the story?" asks 
"Myrt" to friends Beth, Lee 
and Loretta on the way to sew- 
ing class. Blue-eyed "Myrt" 
comes to us from Lexington 
Street Junior High and likes 
English class with Mr. Collins 
the most at W.H.S. After grad- 
uation she hopes to attend busi- 
ness school. 

Activities: Senior Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Talent Show 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 




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'I have not yet begun to fight!' 
JOHN PAUL JONES 




EDWARD CROPPER 
19 Alderwood Road 
College I 

Bob and Steve agree with 
"Ted" that French classes are 
#1. Ted dislikes the "one way" 
corridors at W.H.S. , but en- 
joys scuba diving. This future 
college man will meet success 
wherever he goes. 
Activities: French Club 2; Scuba 
Diving 3. 



FRANCES CROSS 
1079 Trapelo Road 
Business — Stenographic 

"Frani," as she is known 
to Dolly and JoAnne, looks 
forward to English class with 
Mrs. Bowman. "You must be 
kidding," was "Frani's" com- 
ment when she heard about the 
one way traffic at W.H.S. Most 
of "Frani's" spare time is spent 
horseback riding and driving. 
"Frani" plans a career as a 
secretary. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2. 3, 4; 
Senior Prom Committee 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Talent Show 2, 4. 



KATHLEEN CROW I 
21 Ellery Road 
College II 

"Oh. really?" asks sporty 
Kathy while eating pizza and 
fried clams with Shcryl. Car- 
olyn, and Pauline. This former 
North Juniorite can often be 
seen skiing or swimming when 
she's not attending German 
Club meetings or participating 
in girls' sports. After gradua- 
tion Kathy plans on entering 
art school. 

Activities: Newspaper Si 
German Club 4; Girls' Sports 
2. s, 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; French Club 



DAVID CRUS( ( ) 
18 Kingston Road 
College II 

Sometimes known as 'Snake 

eye" by Alban. Ronnie, and 

Barry, David spends most of 

his free time playing hockey 

and does a great job as captain 

of the hockey team. Dave looks 

forward to his math classes and 

includes a college education 

in his future plans 

Activities: H.xkev Team 2. V 
l plain 4. 



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WILLIAM CURNYN 
21 Cherry Street 
Technical 

"Bill" came to W.H.S. from 

South Junior High. According 

to him, one way stairways are 

really bad, as Joe and Larry 

will agree. Future plans look 

toward college. Best of luck. 

"Bill"! 

Activities: Track 2, 3. 4; Science 
Seminar 2; German Club 2; Mir- 
ror Representative 2. 



JOHN DACEY 
23 Wilmot Road 
College 1 

Steak rates high with "Jack" 
as Ted and Doug know. "Jack" 
likes history best at W.H.S. . 
although he thinks W.H.S. is 
too strict. Tom and Ben will 
agree that "Jack" enjoys play- 
ing on the W.H.S. hockey 
team. His future plans include 
a college education. 

Activities: Hockey Team 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball Team 2. 



LOUIS 






JANE DALLA COSTA 
1160 Trapelo Road 
Business — Stenographic 

Swimming and sewing rank 

high with blue-eyed' Jane. She 

loves W.H.S. except when she 

hears the daily bulletin during 

dictation in shorthand. Usually 

seen with Pat, Bobbi, Jean, and 

Ellie, she enjoys English and 

homeroom periods. Best of luck 

at Mansfield, Jane! 

Activities: Talent Show 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Senior Prom Committee 
4. 



ESTHER DAUGMAN 
81 Irving Street 
Distributive Education 

Esther came to us from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High . . 
enjoys hobbies of swimming, 
skating, and photography . . . 
especially likes math class with 
Mr. O'Brien . . . looks for- 
ward to retailing school. 

Activities: Chorus 3; Pep Squad 
2, 3; French Club 2; D.E.C.A. 4. 



NANCY DAVIDSON 

52 Galen Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Since Nancy enjoys decorat- 
ing and sewing, she plans a 
career in interior decorating. 
Friends Betsey and Bev watch 
her pretty blue eyes light up 
over a dish ,of fried chicken. 
Nancy likes English classes 
with Mrs. Bowman best at 
W.H.S. 

Activities: Prom Committee 3, 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3; Pep Squad 
3, 4. 



SHEILA DAVIS 

86 Ash Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Brown-eyed "Shananiga 
came to us from South Jun 
High and will always reme 
ber the teachers at W.H 
. . . likes the secretarial dut 
course . . . can be found swi 
ming or eating pizza with Ju 
and Janet . . . looks forw; 
to the future as a stenograph 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Tal 

Show 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 

Business Staff 3; Main Off 
Staff 4. 



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"By this increase in territory, the power of the United States 
will be consolidated forever." 

NAPOLEON 



VIRGINIA DAVIS 
10 Beech Street 
Distributive Education 

"Ginny" can always be 

found with Donna and Nancy 

during homeroom period. This 

fun-loving girl enjoys skating 

and dancing and will drive the 

"Chev" to success at junior 

college. 

Activities: D.E.C.A. Club 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Main Office 
Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3: Talent Show 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4. 



SUZANNE DAWSON 
2 1 Ash Street 
College II 

"Oooo!" yells "Suzie" to 

Linda Frank, and Maria. This 

"cheerleader bubbles all over at 

football rallies. Mr. Boyd's 

English class and pomegranates 

are among her favorites. Suzie's 

future plans include a career 

in nursing. 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3. 4; Pep Squad 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4. 




JUDITH DEFINA 
22 Lyman Terrace 
Business — Stenographic 

Smiling, brown-eyed "Judie" 
comes to us from St. Mary's 
High School, and she loves 
just about everything at W.H.S. 
If you ask this future nurse 
about dancing, parties, and wa- 
ter skiing, the quick answer 
you'll get is "That's, swing- 
ing." 

Activities: Talent Show 4; Glee 
Club 4. 



DIANNE DE LOSA 
56 Kingston Road 
Distributive Education 

The kids are great and job 
performance rates high, Mary 
informs us ... is a member 
of D.E.C.A. . . . loves dancing 
and skiing . . . enjoys home- 
room period with Antoinette 
and Helen . . . sees junior 
college in future. 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4; Main Office Staff 4; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 3; Talent 
Show 4; Senior Prom Committee 
4. 



DAVID DEMEO 
55 Dix Street 
College I 

"What's a matter, you?" 
shouts happy-go-lucky "Dave" 
to "Gunner," "Rie." and 
"Muggs." When this math 
whiz is not limbering up in 
gym class, he keeps busy play- 
ing cards and tennis and eating 
pizza. College awaits Dave af- 
ter graduation. 

Activities Latin Club 2. 3, 4, 
Executive Council J, 1. Intra- 
mural Basketball 2. 3; Captain 3. 



NANCY DEMOY 
29 Barton Street 
Business — 5 

\ in" collects post cards 

of exotic foreign lands . . . 

grumbles about the crowded 

cafeteria to Janice and Judy 

. . . plans to be a dental as 

ant. Her winsome smile is her 

key to success ' 

Ac::nt:c< Business Office Staff 
3. 4; Weather Club 
Clerical Staff 4. 



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"The nation which indulges toward another an habitual 
hatred is in some degree a slave." 

G. WASHINGTON 




PEARL DENEAULT 

146 Seminole Avenue 
Business — Stenographic 

This future secretary will al- 
ways remember the fun she 
had both in the sorority and 
with her friends Pat and Judy. 
English class, bowling, basket- 
ball, baseball, and fried chicken 
are among her favorites. Good 
luck in your future career. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Talent Show 4; Main 
Office Staff 3, 4. 



JOHN DEVEAU 

16 Sharon Stret 
College II 

History class, Mrs. Sanford 

Mr. Phillips, and Mr. Gilliar 

rate high with good-looking 

"Johnny." Fishing, bowling 

card playing with Pete, Harry 

and Stan, and girls are atac 

among his favorites. After grad 

uation Johnny plans to enlis 

in the Navy. Bon voyage 

Johnny ! 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 4 
Weather Club 2. 



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KATHLEEN DeVINCENT 
172 Lyman Street 
College II 

"You're kidding!" exclaims 
"Kathy" to Charlene, Maxy, 
and Sally. This former North 
Juniorite likes the kids and 
typing best at W.H.S. Bowling 
occupies much of her time out- 
side of school. Attending junior 
college is included in her fu- 
ture plans. 

Activities: Weather Club 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Nurse's Staff 
2; Senior Prom Committee 4; Tal- 
ent Show 4; Pep Squad 3, 4. 



RICHARD DeVINCENT 

188 Lyman Street 
College II 

A graduate of North Junior, 
"Richie" enjoys economics 
classes and B. L. T.'s. His hob- 
bies include cars and girls. 
Brown-eyed "Richie" has col- 
lege in mind after graduating 
from W.H.S. Our best wishes 
always ! 



ROBERT DEVOE 

55 Bennett Street 
Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

"O, my gosh!" cries Bob 

to "Moe," "Curly," and 

"Larry" as his favorite, fried 

chicken is served . . . fond of 

math and history classes . . . 

alumnus of South Junior . . . 

numismatics, coin collecting, is 

his hobby . . . hopes someday 

to own his own mechanics 

shop. Best of luck! 

Activities: Safety Committee 3, 
4, Vice-President 3. 



THOMAS DI MARE 

102 Main Street 
College II 

Formerly a student at 
Mary's High, Tom plans 
go on to college after gradu; 
tion. At W.H.S. he enjoj 
trig classes with Mr. Fit; 
gerald. He also likes the r( 
tating schedule, but dislike 
crowded third lunches. Tom 
hobby is collecting records. A 
the best, Tom! 



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CHARLENE DOHENY 

33 Wheelock Road 
College II 

Blonde-haired and blue-eyed 

"Charlie" can be seen in the 

corridors with Kathy, Jackie, 

and Sally. She likes the kids, 

the rallies, English, and typing 

at W.H.S. Her future plans 

include attending Cambridge 

Junior College. 

Activities: F.T.A. 2; Weather 
Club 2; Pep Squad 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Girls' Football 4; 
Girls' Basketball 4. 



ARTHUR DOLAN 
7 Pine Hill Circle 
College I 

Trigonometry rates an ap- 
proving smile from hazel-eyed 
Arthur. In his spare time Ar- 
thur enjoys eating fried clams 
with Steve, Bob, and Roger. He 
warms to the school spirit at 
W.H.S., but groans at the 
crowded cafeteria. Arthur has 
his eye on a college education, 
possibly at B.C. or B.U. 

Activities: Baseball 2; Latin Club 
2; Rifle Club 3; Student Council 
Representative 4; International 
Relations Club 3. 




"The American Continents. ... are henceforth not to be 
considered as subjects for future colonization." 

MONROE DOCTRINE 




ROGER DONLE 
6-1 Greer Street 
College I 

Roger and "Mull" can often 
be seen engaged in some aqua- 
tic sport: swimming, sailing, or 
water skiing. "Magnifique," 
says Roger to roast beef, French 
classes, and the housemaster 
system. He plans to enter the 
University of New Hampshire 
and then law school and hopes 
eventually to launch a career 
as a lawyer. He has our best 
wishes always. 



EMILIE DOUCET 

14 Lowell Street 

Bust tie f.f — Stenographic 

Giving a quizzical "Really" 
to "Sam" and "Toni," auburn- 
haired "Frenchy" continues to 
munch on her favorite food, 
French fries. Coming to us 
from South Junior, Emilie 
really enjoys classes with Miss 
Mooney and plans a career as 
private secretary. 

Activities: Senior Play Business 
Staff 4; Talent Show I; Language 
Lab Assistant 3. 



GAIL DOUCETTE 

44 Exchange Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"Be serious," says brown- 
eyed "Pinky" as she passes 
through the crowded corridors 
of W.H.S. The business course 
and Miss Tahaney rate high 
with this former St. Man's 
student who hopes to become 
a secretary. Toni. Emilie, and 
Ernie all attest to her love for 
Italian food. 

Actitities: Pep Squad 2. ); Prom 
Committees 3, 4. 



NANCY- DOUCETTE 

78 Exchange Street 
Business — Cleik Typist 

Nancy comes to us from 
South Junior . . . enjoys eat- 
ing pizza and skating . . . can 
be found with Karen and Sandy 
going to English class . . . plans 
to enter college after gradua- 
tion. 

Pep Squad 2. 
Main Office Staff 4; Junior Prom 
Committee J. 



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NANCY DOUGLAS 
35 Maravista Avenue 

Business — Stenographic 

Nancy's friendly smile 

brightens up the scene at 

W.H.S. "Poppy," as she is 

known to Sharon, Suzanne, and 

Muzzie likes the kids at W.H.S. 

Bookkeeping is her favorite 

subject. We wish her luck and 

success at I.B.M. school! 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Mirror Clerical Staff 
4. 



ROY DOZOIS 

17 Wilton Stret 
College I 

"Come off it!" exclaims Roy 
to Donna, Franny, and Jimmy. 
Handsome Roy really likes 
math classes and sports at 
W.H.S. Weight-lifting and 
sketching are among his fa- 
vorite pastimes. Roy is headed 
for the University of Massa- 
chusetts where he will study 
electrical engineering. We wish 
him the best of luck ! 
Activities: Intramural Basketball 3. 






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GORDON DRAKE 

46 Edwin Road 
College II 

"All right! All right!" says 

Gordy to Vie, Steve, and Cliff 

on the way to democracy class. 

As president of the A-V staff 

and lighting director for the 

senior play and the talent show 

this blond senior is kept busy. 

Outside of school he enjoys 

playing the piano and eating 

steak. Gordy sees college in 

his future. 

Activities: Senior Play 3, 4; Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4; Audio-Visual Staff 
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4. 



JOHN DRISCOLL 
1 1 Hagar Lane 
Vocational — Printing 

"Jake" enjoys gym class and 
the 2:30 dismissal . . . pals 
are Ernest, Jim, and "T.C." 
. . . hazel-eyed "Wombat" loves 
steak and cars . . . hopes for 
employment after graduation. 
Best of luck as you embark on 
the business world ! 



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STEVEN DUCEY 
697 Lincoln Street 
College I 

Popular "Deuce" is always 
busy. He spends his spare time 
reading, playing the violin, and 
playing basketball with Stan, 
Wayne, and Jack. The Student 
Council owes much of its suc- 
cess to Steve, its fine pres- 
ident. We're sure his wonder- 
ful personality and enthusiasm 
will bring him much success 
in college. Good luck, 
"Deuce!" 

Activities: Student Council 2, 3, 
4, President 4; Basketball 2, 3; 
German Club 3, 4; Rifle Club 2. 



DOLORES DUFROMONT 

41 Francis Street 
College II 

Brown-eyed "D" enjoys 
eating hamburgers with Jackie, 
Barbara, and Betsy . . . favorite 
subject is English . . . "Down 
on it" is her favorite saying 
. . . likes the 2:30 bell most 
and the 8:00 bell least . . 
plans to go on to secretarial 
work. 
Activities: Talent Show 3. 




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JACQUELINE DUGAS 

22 Brookway Court 
College II 

Cute "Jackie" looks forward 

to her English class every day 

. . . best friends include Betsy, 

Charlene, and the Mahans . . . 

likes the kids at W.H.S. . . . 

Best of luck in nursing school ! 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3; Talent Show 2, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Weather Club 2; Student Council 
Representative 3, 4. 



ROBERTA DUGGAN 

21 Walton Street 
Business— Stenographic 

"Bobbi Jean," as she is 
called by Jane, Hobby, and 
Pat, is a Lexington St. Junior 
High School alumna. She en- 
joys Mr. Richman's history 
class most at W.H.S. . . . 
collects souvenirs as a hobby 
. . . plans to become a med- 
ical assistant. 

Activities: Weather Club 2; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 
2, 3; Talent Show 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4. 




JAMES DUKAT 
205 Bacon Street 
College II 

Fun-loving "Chazz" eagerly 
awaits physics class and home- 
room period. When he*s not 
in school, he can be found eat- 
ing pickles, hunting, and sailing 
with Rick, Al, and Sandy. He 
plans to attend the United 
States Merchant Marine Acad- 
emy. We wish him luck! 

Activities: Weather Club 2; Chess 
Club 2; Rifle Club 2; Science 
Seminar 2, 3. 



STEPHEN DUNCKEL 
45 Upland Road 
Vocational — Machine 

"It's just the atmosphere," 
says "Dunk" to Ron or Roger 
after leaving geometry class or 
after eating some fried clams. 
This blue-eyed aquanaut's fa- 
vorite pastime is scuba diving. 
The service or machinist work 
is in store for this senior. 

Activities: Scuba Diving }. 



CLIFFORD DYKE 
58 Edwin Road 
College II 

"Cliff" enjoys history, gym, 
and homeroom period with 
Mrs. Sanford best at W.H.S. 
This college-aspiring senior 
loves to go waterskiing and 
fishing with Ben, Wayne, and 
Charlie. His future plans in 
elude an education at a two 
year business college. Good 
luck, Cliff! 



LINDA EAGAN 
9 Massasoit Court 
Business — Stenographic 

"SwinginV says "Lindy" 
when thinking of pizza and 
Miss Paquette's English class. 
This spirited senior also en- 
joys bowling with Sheila, Lynn, 
and Marsha. She aspires to do 
secretarial work in either pub- 
lic relations or advertising We 
wish her the best of luck! 

Activities: Library Council 3, 4; 
Mirror Clerical Staff 4; Talent 
Show 4; Girls' Bowling Team 2. 



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"It is a profound mistake to think that everything has 
been discovered; as well think the horizon the boundary 
of the world." 

LEMIERRE 



JAMES EARLEY 
127 Warren Street 
College II 

"How wise!" shouts "Jim- 
bo" to Chad, Jack, and Ed 
while planning trips to the 
shore for swimming, skiing, 
and skin diving. Popular 
"Jimbo" tackles milk and ice 
cream with the same enthusi- 
asm as he shows when he at- 
tends rallies and school sports. 
Business director of both the 
senior play and the talent show, 
he deserves all the best in his 
planned college career. 
Activities: Swimming Team 2, 3, 
4; Track Team 4; Maroon Squad 
4; Crimson Key 4; Senior Play 
4, Business Director 4. 




LOREEN EDRY 

171 Smith Street 
College I 

Loreen is a shining preset 

from Lexington Street Junk 

High. Languages really rate f( 

"Reenie," but everything aboi 

W.H.S. fascinates her. A 

though treasurer of the Ru 

sian Club, this senior fine 

time for horseback ridin, 

swimming, and eating Chine: 

food and pizza. Ellie and Ai 

toinette predict a rosy futu: 

at college. 

Activities: Russian Club 4; Tale 
Show 3; Latin Club 2; Nation 
Honor Society 3, 4; Maroon Squ; 
4; Mirror Staff 4. 




GAIL EDWARDS 

15 Lowell Street 
Honors 

Late for her favorite math 
class, Gail wails, "Oh glory" 
as she bumps into one way 
traffic for the fourth time in 
one day. She enjoys dancing, 
swimming, and attending foot- 
ball games with Betty, Donna, 
and Debby. After graduation 
our blue-eyed friend hopes to 
attend college. To Gail we 
wish the best of everything. 

Activities: Math Club 3, 4; Li- 
brary Staff 3, 4; Talent Show 
3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Mir- 
ror Literary Staff 4. 



WILLIAM EKSTROM 

39 Stow Street 
College I 

"Bill" can be found playing 
cards, bowling, or eating pizza 
with buddies Dennis, Ted, and 
Stan . . . likes easy teachers 
as a rule . . . would rather not 
wear a tie to school. College 
is his goal after graduation 
from W.H.S. Best of luck. 
"Bill!" 



SAMEERA EL-FAR 
19 Cushing Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

"Help!" says "Sam" when 
she hears the 8:00 morning 
bell. Naturally, our Lebanese 
friend loves Lebanese food. 
With her friends, Emily, An- 
toinette, and Fitzym, she en- 
joys going swimming and danc- 
ing. "Sam" tells us that her 
plans after graduation include 
college. Much success in all 
you do, "Sam." 



ROBERT ELLIOTT 
28 Indian Road 
Honors 

"Rock" attended Lexingt 

Street Junior High before ( 

tering W.H.S. . . . says "Ho 

dy" to buddies, Wayi 

"Winky," and Lewie, as tr 

go to their favorite class, G 

man . . . doesn't think 

highly of school lunches . 

plans to enter Tufts Colle 

in the fall. 

Activities: Baseball Team 2, 3, 
German Club 2, 3, 4, Secret 
4; Math Club 4, Secretary 4; La 
Club 2. 



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RICHARD EMBERLEY 
71 Exchange Street 
Vocational — Machinist 

English and history vie for 
Rick's favor with math a close 
third. Dave, Tom, and 
attest that extracurricular 
is spent by Rick on 



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oft spoken by this North Jun- 

iorite. Rick plans to finish his 

education by attending college 

at night. 

Activities: Ring Committee 4, Pres- 
ident 4; Class History Committee 
4; Safety 
3. 



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JUDITH ENGEBRETSEN 
92 Alder Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"Judy" enjoys homeroom 
periods but does not care so 
much for class periods . . . 
hobbies are bowling and horse- 
back riding with best friends, 
Pat, Janice, and Warren . . . 
favorite subject is bookkeeping 
. . . likes eating pizza . . . 
favorite saying is "Oh, ya!" 
. . . plans to go into secretarial 
work. 

Activities: Talent Show 1: Pep 
Squad 4. 



DAVID EMERSON 
52 Wheelock Road 
College II 

"What's the story?" says 
"Myron" as he strolls into his 
favorite math class. This ac- 
tive young man, who plans 
to attend college next year, 
came to us from North Junior 
High. You can find him with 
Rollie. John, and Artie. To 
our Waltham City Youth 
Council President we wish 
every success. 

Activities: Class President 3; Wal- 
tham City Youth Council 2, 3, 4. 
President 4; Talent Show 3, 4; 
Basketball Team 2, 3. 




"Courage that grows from constitution, often forsakes, a 
man . . . courage which arises from a sense of duty, acts 
in a uniform manner." 

ADDISON 




GREGORY ERICKSON 

5 Dennison Street 
College II 

"Howdy!" exclaims Greg, 
who hails from South Dakota. 
Flaming ambrosia, girls, and 
true friends rate high on "Da- 
kota's" list of favorites. He 
can often be seen at a basket- 
ball game with "Red," "Cook- 
ie." or John. Greg hopes to 
go into the service after cr.ul- 
uation. Best wishes. 



LEONARD ERICKSON 
58 Carleton Road 
College I 

"Lief" is one of the busiest 
boys at W.H.S. He belongs 
to several clubs and works on 
the talent show and the senior 
prom. "Len" can often be 
found with Buddy. Skeeter. 
and Bill, who all tell us that 
"Len" likes lunch. Totem Pole 
dances, and science classes. To 
our blond friend we wish the 
best of luck always! 

Attn in,' Rifle Club 3. t. Rifle 
Team 4; German Club 
Language lib Assistant V 4. 
W . ither Club 2. 



ALAN ETKIND 
54 Copcland Avenue 
// fiors 

"Napkin" hopes to go to 

college . . plays cards with 

Steve R.. and Steve G 

tells us that he doesn't like 

ties, segregated luodtes, or the 

discipline at \\ H v . does 

like cars and physio ( 

luck. Alan. 

Math Club 4; Band 
2: B.C. Computer Course 3. 



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JANICE FAIR 

43 Wellington Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Popular Janice is one of the 

busiest business seniors as the 

clerical editor of the Mirror. 

Bookkeeping class, activity 

periods, and lunch are among 

Janice's favorites here at 

W.H.S. As Nancy, Janice, and 

Judy know, office work is the 

plan for this cute senior in the 

near future. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Student Council Represent- 
ative 2, 3; Mirror Clerical Staff 
Editor 4; Business Office Staff 
3; Bloodmobile Service 4. 



MARIA FAMOSI 
481 Lexington Street 
College II 

Blonde Maria came to 
W.H.S. in 1962 from St. 
Mary's . . . loves art and puts 
her talent to good use work- 
ing on scenery for the senior 
play . . . usually seen with 
Suzanne, Maria, or Frank . . . 
looks forward to studying 
music at B.U. 

Activities: Senior Play Committee 
4. 





THOMAS FARRELL 
147 Chaffee Avenue 
Vocational — Machine 

"Cool it" is "Tom's" fa- 
vorite maxim . . . does it by 
water skiing or munching 
meatball subs ... an outdoors 
enthusiast, as Brian, Paul, and 
Al know ... a North Junior- 
ite who thinks the teachers 
are swell ... the U. S. Navy is 
sailing into his future. 



CAROL FAULKNER 
76 Upton Road 
Honors 

"Don't cry!" says "Cao" to 
her friends as they face an- 
other lunch at W.H.S. After 
finding a place to sit in the 
cafe, Mary, Cathy, Mae, and 
"Cao" smile with happiness at 
the talk of graduation. Carol 
is looking forward to a career 
teaching English. Who knows, 
perhaps "Cao" will be back 
at W.H.S. in five years as 
a member of the faculty. To 
a great girl we wish the best 
of luck always ! 

Activities: Library Council 3, 4; 
Secretary 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; French 
Club 3. 4; Mirror Literary Staff 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 



ELEANOR FEELEY 

37 Dartmouth Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Blonde "Ellie" never says 

"Forget it" about dancing or 

ice skating with her friends, 

Bernie, Donna, and Carol. Her 

favorite class is English; her 

favorite food is pickles. Good 

luck in your future plans to 

attend IBM School, "Ellie." 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
3. 



THOMAS FERREIRA 
249 Marrett Road 
Lexington 
Vocational — Auto Body 

This graduate of Muzze 
Junior High rates trade theoi 
as the best at the Vocation; 
High. Georgia, Judy, an 
Kathy will tell you that Frenc 
fries and fried clams are "tr 
most" in his regard. Teache 
and cars are also favorites. Ta 
hopes to continue his auto boc 
work. 
Activities: Gift Committee 4. 



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"With malice toward none with charity toward all . . . 
to bind up the nation's wounds ... to do all which may 
achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among our- 
selves and with all nations. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN 



LINDA FITZGERALD 

76 Brown Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Those stairs sure tire out 
"Fitz," but she still has plenty 
of vigor for the W.H.S. foot- 
ball games. If she isn't talking 
on the phone to Pauline or 
Louise, she's riding around 
somewhere to get a hot roast 
beef dinner. As a future med- 
ical secretary she'll keep the 
office buzzing. 

Activities: Mr. Husson's Staff 3; 
Business Staff 3. i; Cafeteria Staff 
3; Talent Show i; Girls' Sports 
2, 3. 



KEVIN FITZPATRICK 
25 Chester Lane 
Honors 

Our history student "Keavin" 
usually has a witty remark for 
his three buddies, 'Roy, Ronny, 
and Dick. Reading as a hobby 
takes up quite a bit of "Kea- 
vin's" time . . . real bibliophile, 
this brown-haired North Junior- 
ite spreads charm with his 
broad Irish grin. "Bona for- 
tuna," "Keavin." at college. 
Activities: Minor Literary Staff i. 




GEORGE FERRY 
35 Kingston Road 
College I 

George, who came to W.H.S. 

from L.S.J.H., likes to bowl 

or work on cars . . . likes 

the new school gym, the 2:30 

bell, and lunch . . . favorite 

food is turkey, which he shares 

with Skip, Pat, and Butch . . . 

always remember, George, 

"Don't leave till tomorrow 

what you can do today!" 

Activities: Baseball 2; Track Team 
3. 



MARK FETBROTH 

68 Lafayette Street 
College II 

This trumpet playing senior 
comes to W.H.S. from South 
Junior High. Brown-eyed "Fi- 
fi" loves talking to Mr. O'Brien 
and Mr. Lynch before his 
classes with Claud, Bob and 
Dave. Mark's looking forward 
to business administration at 
Northeastern after graduation 
from W.H.S. 
Activities: Latin Club 2. 





ELIZABETH FITZSIMMONS 

143 Adams Street 
College II 

Brown-haired "Fitzy" en- 
joys dancing and eating ham- 
burgers with Archie. Marie, 
and Alice. After graduation 
she hopes to become a beau- 
tician. "Fitzy" says she likes 
homework least of all at 
W.H.S. Although she's a 
Newtonite at heart, her friends 
at WHS wish her all the 
best! 

Activities: Pep Squad J, i. 



SHARON FLIGG 
109 Stow Strict 
College II 

Brown-eyed Shaxon is usu- 
ally seen in the halls of 
WHS with Judy. Carol and 
Lee. "Holy macaroni " can usu- 
ally be heard as Sharon heads 
for her favorite subject, sci- 
ence. The Totem Pole dances 
rate high with this active sen- 
ior. Best of luck in the field 
of social work. Sharon. 

Actitities: Talent Show 4; Senior 
Prom Committee 4. 



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"Education makes people easy to lead, but difficult to 
drive; easy to govern, but impossible to enslave." 

BARON BROUGHAM 




ROBERT FLINN 

22 H Hansen Road 
College II 

Bob, also called "Pinky," is 
well known for his artistic 
ability. According to his 
friends, Edie, Steve, and Lee, 
Bob loves to eat cake but is not 
too fond of the food in our 
cafeteria. Next year will find 
Bob studying at Mass. College 
of Art, where we know he'll 
be successful. 

Activities: Mirror Art Staff 3, 4. 



JOHN FLYNN 
143 Willow Street 
College I 

Blue-eyed "Hef," a former 
South Juniorite, likes going to 
the W.H.S. rallies where he 
roots for his favorite team. 
When he's not in democracy 
with "Boogie," Tom, and Fal, 
John is usually on his way to 
third lunch in the cafe where 
he hopes the menu reads, 
"Meatball sandwiches." The 
future has college in store for 
John. 
Activities: Talent Show 2. 




MICHAEL FLYNN 

1 5 Floyd Street 
College II 

Mike comes to W.H.S. from 
St. Mary's High School. 
Johnny, "Dakota," and Vic 
can verify that Mike likes the 
new wing best at W.H.S. He 
also enjoys reading science fic- 
tion. His future plans include 
entering the service. 



ALAN FORBES 

68 Rockridge Road 
College I 

Playing cards or tennis with 
Ron, Jim, or "Spider Man" is 
Alan's favorite hobby. Com- 
ing to us from North Junior, 
Alan also enjoys French and 
steak. His only grudge is that 
there aren't enough early dis- 
missals or days off. "Bonne 
chance," Alan. 
Activities: German Club 3. 4. 



CHARLES FORBES 

29 Harris Street 

Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

Frank, Larry, and Barney 
will tell you that Chuck's fa- 
vorite subject is theory . . . 
is a former North Juniorite 
. . . pizza and 3 'D's are most 
liked foods . . . cars are fond- 
est extracurricular interest . . . 
future includes the service. Best 
of luck ! 



DONNA FRANKS 
146 Rcbbins Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"Yeh," says Donna if you 
ask her to go for Italian food. 
Black-haired Dcnna likes her 
English classes, and her future 
plans include Burdett college. 
All her friends at W.H.S., in- 
cluding Card, Pat, and Muz, 
wish her success in the future. 
Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
3. 



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JANICE FRAZIER 
69 Highland Street 
College II 

In between democracy classes 
with Mr. Orman, firedrills, and 
cafeteria "Jan" can be seen 
eating meatballs with Ellen, 
Betsey, and Linda. This vi- 
vacious brown-haired cheer- 
leader, who hails from South 
Junior, plans a career in hair- 
dressing next September. Pop- 
ularity will certainly follow 
her. 

Actnilies: Football and Basket- 
ball Cheerleader 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3; Maroon Squad 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Talent Show 
2, 3. 4. 



RICHARD FROSTIG 

53 Hobbs Road 
College I 

Track, history, and steak top 
"Dick's" list cf favorites at 
W.H.S. Steve, Larry, and 
George can tell us that he 
doesn't like the passing rules 
or going back into school after 
a fire drill. This senior plans 
to attend college after grad- 
uation. 

Activities: Cross Country 3; Track 
4; German Club 2. 





GERALDINE GAETA 
12 Curve Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Gerry loves driving the fam- 
ily car . . . "You're kidding!" 
is her favorite saying . . . 
bookkeeping and activity periods 
rate high . . . comes from 
Lexington St. Jr. High . . . 
plans include secretarial wcrk. 
Good luck ! 

Activities: Senior Prom Commit 
tee I; Student Council Represent- 
ati\c 2; Minor Clerical Staff 4: 
Pep Squad 2, 3. 4; Business Of 
fice Staff 4. 



MARCIA GALLAGHER 
30 Harris Street 
College I 

Marcia loves the friendliness 
of the W.H.S. students. Com- 
ing to us from St. Mary's 
High, this talented singer, 
dancer and piano player finds 
chemistry her favorite subject. 
The "twins." Christine and 
Shirley, will agree that third 
lunch is just too short. Future 
plans include a pre-med course 
at college. 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader i 
Senior Play 4; Main Office Stafl 
4. 



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LEWIS GAMBLE 
18 Crest tie w Road 
Honors 

"My achin' head" says Lewis 
as he realizes he is going up 
a down stairway. Blond .ind 
blue-eyed "Lovable Lew" de- 
votes much of his time to his 
honors course fubjects. But 
when he's out of school. 1 1» 
Rock. Wmky. and Wayne arc 
usually talking about the latest 
in sports, while eating a thick 
steak. Lew is sure to be a suc- 
cess in the future as he enters 
college. 

Activities: German Club 2. 
Math Club 2. J, ). Basketball 
v Crimson Kev \. Maroon 
Squad 4; latin Club 



ALAN GARBER 
34 F Hansen Road 
Collegi 11 

Roast beef lovin Harry" 
can be seen in the corridor* 
with Moon. Dan I. and Tweetv 
This former Lexington Street 
Juniorite likes English with 
Mr. Donovan and algebra best 
at WHS. His future plans 
include the Army or the Air 
Force. Good luck to vou' 



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JACQUELYN GARLAND 

147 Trapelo Road 
Business — Clerical 

This brown-haired "Little 
One" loves English and activity 
periods at W.H.S. ... de- 
vours Chinese food with Do- 
lores, Sally and Ellen . . . plans 
on a career in secretarial work 
. . . Good luck, "Jackie" ! 
Activities: Talent Show 2. 



WILLIAM GARRIGAN 
22 Dartmouth Street 
College II 

St. Mary's loss proved to be 

a gain for Waltham High. 

"Bill" can usually be found 

on the nearest basketball court 

with friends Rollie, Chucky, 

and Harry. "Bill," who enjoys 

math classes, plans to attend 

college in the future. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2. 




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ROBERT GAUDET 
32 Middle Street 
College II 

A former North Juniorite, 
Bob likes physics best at 
W.H.S. His friends, Willy. 
"Foliage," and Tony, say he 
is quite a swimmer and diver. 
Maybe this is the reason he is 
nicknamed "Frog." Pizza-lov- 
ing Bob hopes to go on to 
college. Best of luck! 

Activities: Swimming Team 2, 3, 
4. 



MARGUERITE GAUVIN 

70 Robbins Streeet 
College II 

"Margie" loves bowling and 
eating fried clams with 
friends, Simone, Jean, and 
Jackie. She enjoys math and 
activity periods at W.H.S. We 
see through the crystal ball a 
successful future for Margie 
in the secretarial field. Good 
luck, Margie, from W.H.S. ! 



ARLENE GENOVA 
144 College Farm Road 
College I 

Our warm-hearted Arlene 
hails from Lexington Street 
Junior High School. This vi- 
vacious captain of the foot- 
ball cheerleaders enjoys chem- 
istry at W.H.S. Piano playing 
and Italian bread' also rate high 
with "Arl," who plans to major 
in chemistry at college. Her 
friends, Donna, Sue, and Linda, 
agree that her personality will 
make her a great success. 

Activities: Football Cheerleader 3, 
4, Captain 4; Russian Club 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3; Talent Show 3, 



EDWARD GENTILE 
11 Marleton Road 
Vocational — Carpentry 

Working outside and travel- 
ing are tops in Eddie's opinion 
. . . friends, Judy, Gerry, and 
Dick, say shop and lasagna 
also rate high . . . extracur- 
ricular include bowling and 
boating. Best of luck when you 
enter the business world ! 



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"Upon this act . . . of justice ... I invoke the con- 
siderate judgement of mankind and the gracious favor of 
Almighty God." 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN 



MARY GIARDINA 
98 Warren Street 
Honors 

"Oh! That's mean!" ex- 
claims "Murray" if someone 
doesn't cheer at our football 
games. At parties she can usu- 
ally be seen dancing up a 
storm. Cathy and Carol agree 
that "Murray" will brighten 
the campus of some college 
next year. We know you'll be 
a success, Mary! 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 

French Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, 

Secretary 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4. 



FRANK GIROLAMO 
1 5 Browns Avenue 
College II 

Frank enjcys Mr. Boyd's 
English class and crowded 
lunches most at W.H.S., but 
when he's working on the tal- 
ent show, he's really happy. 
This ex-South Juniorite am- 
bitiously plans to be a college 
geometry teacher. Good luck 
to you, Frank ! 

Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Talent Show 3. 4; Senior Play 
4; Maroon Squad 4. 







SUSAN GLIDDEN 
44 Fuller Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

"Ongawa!" cries "Mousie" 

en her way to first lunch with 

Sue. Cindy, and Janet. She 

leves pizza, pepsi, and going 

to Revere Beach. Though she 

complains about crowded 

lunches and homework, she 

knows she'll soon be starting a 

secretarial job. Good luck, 

"Sue!" 

Activities: Main Office Staff 3, 
4; Maroon Squad 3; Pep Squad 
2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Glee Club J. 



ROBERT GLOVASKY 

81 Exchange Street 
Vocational — Auto Body 

Bob likes customizing cars 

almost as much as trade theory 

class. "What can I say?" quotes 

the North Juniorite to pals. 

Franny, Tommy, and Tony 

when steak or pork chops are 

offered. He plans to own his 

own auto body shop. 

Activities: Mirror Department Rep- 
resentative 4; Youth Advisory 
Committee f; Safetv Committee 2. 
3. 4. 



GREGORY GOGAN 

44 Gale Street 
College II 

"The bigger they are, the 
harder they fall!" claims Greg 
as he practices swimming. He 
likes math, study periods, choc- 
olate cream pie and watching 
the Pep Squad. Though Bill. 
Joe, and Ed call him "Dopey." 
they agree he'll succeed in 
whatever he does. 

Activities: Football 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Audio-Visual Staff 3; 
Weather Club 2. 



NEIL GOLDEN 

48 South Street 
Vocational — Auto Body 

This blue-eyed senior hails 
from both North and South 
Junior Highs . . . Irish stew 
and working on cars are fa- 
vorites . . . Jim, Sandy, and 
James are friends . . . Messrs. 
Vaccarcllo and Schiminn rate 
high as teachers . . . plans 
to work at W'altham Motoi; 
Company. 



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"Government of the people, by the people, and for the 
people shall not perish from the earth." 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN 




JOHN GOODWIN 

52 Chester Avenue 
College II 

"Cousin" likes democracy 
class and fire drills at W.H.S. 
Jim, Doug, and Richard agree 
he's apt to order fried clams 
and that the study of the stars 
fascinates him. This senior, who 
came to us by way of Auburn, 
N.Y., and Stow, Ohio, plans 
to go to school after gradua- 
tion. 



STEPHEN GOODWIN 
139 Brewster Road 
Honors 

According to Al, Roger, or 
Kerry, "If Steve's on a golf 
course, he's happy." Although 
he isn't so happy wearing a 
tie, he thinks Miss Tabor's 
English class is worth the suf- 
fering. When there's turkey 
for lunch, "Steve" will prob- 
ably be first in line for a 
double order. This senior is 
planning to go to college in 
the fall. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; Golf Team 3. 




DELORES GORGONE 
1 3 Grove Road 
Business — Stenographic 

Brown-eyed "Dolly" loves 
horseback riding and eating ice 
cream sodas with Frani, Pau- 
line, and Jo-Ann. At W.H.S. 
she likes typing and homeroom 
periods with Mrs. Case most. 
We wish you the best of luck 
as a secretary. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; 
Mirror Art Staff 2; Maroon Squad 
3; Pep Squad 2, 4. 



ROBERT GORGONE 
62 Bruce Road 
College I 

"I'm buying," squeaks the 
"Ham" rig, as amateur radio 
operator Bob sets out an all- 
call to Tom, Terry, and Skeeter. 
When Bob's not busy with 
duties as C.Y.O. president, he 
rates homeroom period with 
Mrs. Case and math with Mr. 
Lynch as A-O.K. ! Bob's future 
plans include Northeastern and 
a career in electronic engineer- 
ing. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Foot- 
ball 3; Rifle Club 3; Talent Show 
4; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



EDWARD GORMAN 

14 Winthrop Street 
College 11 

Likable "Beanie" can be 

seen in the corridors with Dave 

and Harry. This senior has a 

liking for Mr. Winter's physics 

and chemistry classes, a taste 

for hot dogs, and a future as 

a history teacher. Good luck, 

Ed! 

Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 
Maroon Squad 4; Weather Club 
3. 



PETER GOSSELIN 
92 Charles Street 
Vocational — Machine 

Friends Pat, Ernie, and Jim 
are some of the swell bunch 
of guys at Vocational High. 
Singing, pizza, and math class 
are among Pete's favorites. This 
hazel-eyed ex-South Juniorite 
plans to go into the armed 
forces. Our best wishes, al- 
ways! 



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STEPHEN GRANT 
194 Lake Street 
College I 

Thoughtful "Steve" looks 
forward to advanced math class 
I every day at W.H.S. "Ques- 
tions," as he is called by friends, 
Steve, Greg, and Don, also 
likes cars and ravioli. In the 
future Steve plans to attend 
college. We know that this ac- 
tive senior will be successful. 

Activities: Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2; German Club 2, 3, 
4; Weather Club 2; Mirror Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Mirror Sports Staff 
4; Senior Play 4. 



DOUGLAS GRECO 

50 Christopher Road 
College I 

Advanced math is one of 
Doug's favorite courses at 
W.H.S. He likes driving 
around with Don, Steve, and 
Bill when he's not workirtg 
on his latest rocket. After grad- 
uation Doug plans to go to 
college, where he'll study math. 

Activities: Chess Club 4; Student 
Council 4; Audio-Visual Staff 3, 
4; N.A.R. 2, 3, 4. 




JANYCE GREENBLOTT 
73 Barbara Road 
^Distributive Education 

This black-haired, hazel-eyed 
senior passes her time partici- 

I bating in her favorite sports. 
LShe is active in horseback rid- 
jing, boating, water-skiing, and 

I swimming. Janyce wants to 

I major in social work at Boston 

IjUniversity. 

'{Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
D.E.C.A. Club 4; Junior Prom 
(Committee 3; Talent Show 4; 
ilScuba Diving 4. 



RAYMOND GRENIER 

233 Grove Street 
Vocational — Electronics 

"Are you kidding me?" says 
Ray when Bob, Bill, or Paul 
asks if the Vocational High 
will be co-ed. Science class and 
French fries compete with 
hockey and baseball for top 
billing. This alumnus of South 
Junior plans a career in elec- 
tronics engineering. 

Activities: Safety Council Commit- 
tee (; Class Day Committee i. 



JOHN GRIMES 

24 Willard Street 
College II 

Waltham High received this 

student as a transfer from St. 

Mary's. Skiing, scuba diving, 

and English class are favorites 

with him. Anthony. Walter. 

and Gordon are his pals. The 

service is in the future for 

friendly John. 

Activities: Ski Club 2. 3. 4; Audio- 
Visual Staff 3. f. 



THOMAS GRIMES 
98 Webster Street 
Watertown. Mass 
Vocational — Electronics 

"What homework?" cries 
"Grimsey" after a favorite shop 
class to pals Ron. Mac, and 
Van . . . alumnus of West 
Junior High in Watertown . . . 
loves subs . . . plans to enter 
the service, preferably the Navy 



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ROSEMARY GRIMES 
169 Grove Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"Rosie," an ex-South Jun- 
iorite, loves gym classes and 
football games with Phyllis, 
Ellis, and Donna. Her hobbies 
are dancing, swimming, water- 
skiing, and ' eating clams. 
Blonde, blue-eyed "Rosie" sees 
secretarial school in her fu- 
ture. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Tal- 
ent Show 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES GULLOTTI 
96 Smith Street 
College II 

On the football field, fix- 
ing cars, or eating fried chic- 
ken, "Hoodsie" is happy. He 
thinks vacations are great and 
Monday morning back at school 
is the toughest part of the 
week. "Jim" is headed for the 
service to specialize in diesel 
machines. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 3. 





RICHARD HAINES 
19 Van Vechten Street 
Honors 

"Don't sweat it!" says 
"Dick" during fire drills and 
bomb scares or when it's his 
turn to bowl. In his spare 
time he enjoys eating egg-foo- 
young and playing hockey with 
Ron, Ken, and Vic. His fa- 
vorite subject is Miss Tabor's 
English class. After graduation 
"Dick" plans to attend college 
and the seminary. 

Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 3; Latin Club 2. 



SHERYL HAMILTON 

10 Lexington Terrace 
College II 

"Sherry" comes to us from 
North Junior. Although she 
says she enjoys history best, 
Eleanor, Roberta, and Judy tell 
us that the thing she likes most 
is her Algebra II class. "Sher- 
ry" plans to be a hairdresser 
after graduation. 

Activities: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 3, 4; Mirror Business 
Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Mirror Representative 4. 



PATRICK HART 

84 Harvard Street 
Vocational — Printing 

There's a three way tie for 
Pat's favorites: baseball, teach- 
ers, and design. Pete and 
Steve will tell you that this 
blue-eyed blond also relishes 
turkey. It's in the stars that 
Pat will seek a berth with the 
U. S. Navy. Best of luck! 
Activities: Newspaper Staff 4. 



PAUL HART 

84 Harvard Street 
Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

Spaghetti, "how sweet it is," 
and theory classes are ab- 
solutely "the most" in Paul's 
opinion. Bob, Ray, and Paul 
can vouch that this senior hails 
from South Junior High. The 
armed forces is in Paul's im- 
mediate future. 



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ELAINE HARVEY 
38 School Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Pizza-loving "Harv" came to 
us from St. Mary's. Donna. 
Carol, and Sally tell us she 
loves rallies, going to proms, 
knitting, and ice skating. Her 
main complaint about W.H.S. 
is the rule against gum chew- 
ing. Elaine hopes to be success- 
ful as a professional ice skater. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3. i. 
Girls' Sports 2; Talent Show 4. 



MARY HARWICH 
22 Potter Road 
Distributive Education 

"Where do you want to 
eat?" says Mary to friends 
Elaine. Janyce. and Shirley. 
This senior, whose favorite sub- 
ject is English, enjoys water 
skiing and tobogganing in her 
spare time. Mary likes getting 
out at 12:00 and Miss Mooney 
best, while the food and gym 
head her list of dislikes. Her 
future plans include retailing 
or college. 

Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Pep Squad 2, 4; Talent 
Show i; Senior Prom Committee 
4; Glee Club 3. 




PAULINE HART 
11 Falmouth Road 
Business — Stenographic 

"Wait for me!" yells Pauline 
as she rushes to Miss Mooney's 
bookkeeping class. Dolly, Lin- 
da, and Louise tell us that 
bowling, Chinese food, and 
homeroom periods are tops 
with this pretty senior. Pauline 
sees an office job in her fu- 
ture, and we know she will 
succeed. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 3; Pep 
Squad 2; Talent Show 4. 



JAMES HARTLEY 
25 Banks Street 
College I 

"Check it out," says "Jim" 
in his favorite math class. 
Boating and eating fried chic- 
ken are his favorite pastimes 
as Janice, Doug, and John well 
know. This ex-North Juniorite 
plans to attend college next 
fall. The best of luck to you. 
"Tim!" 




DONALD HAY 
74 Dale Street 
College II 

Math class rates tops with 
this electronics enthusiast who 
comes to W.H.S. from Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High. Friends 
Bill, Steve, and Bob agree that 
pizza is also first-rate with 
Don, an active member of the 
Ski and Chess Clubs. After 
graduation Don hopes to at- 
tend Northeastern L'niversity. 

Activities: Chess Club 3; Treas- 
urer 3; Ski Club 3; President 3. 
Rifle Club 2; Talent Show 



KATHLEEN HENEBURY 
25 Wyola Prospect 
Business — Clerk T)piit 

Going to Nantasket with the 
gang is one of "Dimples" fa- 
vorite pastimes. This green- 
eyed, black-haired career girl 
loves pi?/a and tvping. A grad- 
uate of L.S.J.H.. "Dimples" 
often says that Billie. Judy, 
and Carol are the nicest of all 
the kids at W.H.S. 

Activities: Pep " Squad 2. 3. 4. 
Glee Club 2; Talent Show 4. 



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'Don't cheer, men, the poor devils are dying. 

CAPTAIN PHILIP 



DAVID HERTER 

73 Lafayette Street 
College I 

"What's somatter you?" is 

the oft spoken quote of Dave 

after a card game with "Skeet- 

er," "Bean," and Jack. Gym 

classes and eating lasagna rate 

high as "Boona's" favorites. 

This ex-South Juniorite plans 

to enter college or the service 

next September. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3; Mirror 
Representative 2; Talent Show 4; 
Maroon Squad 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4. 



ANNE HIGNITE 
72 Miriam Road 
Honors 

Lively "Annie," who came to us 
from Norfolk, Virginia, is kept 
busy as Mirror Business Editor, but 
she finds time for sewing and eat- 
ing steak with "fried potatoes." 
Diane, Gail, and Linda tell us 
Anne likes French with Miss Du- 
bois, the track team and, most of 
all, the kids at W.H.S. We 
wish you the best of luck in your 
college career, "Annabelle!" 

Activities: Library Council 2, 3, 
4, Recording Secretary 3, Chair- 
man 4; Language Lab Assistant 
2, 3; German Club 2, 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 4; Mirror Business Staff 4, 
Editor 4. 





WILLIAM HINDS 
7 Sarfield Street 
Maynard 
Vocational — Machine 

Steak and the 2:30 dismissal 
are Tom's favorites . . . likes 
to sink his teeth into a juicy 
steak when not reading math 
books . . . pals Rick and Tom 
see this senior embarking in the 
business world. 
Activities: Safety Committee 2. 



DONALD HINSMAN 

322 Lincoln Street 
College I 

We all remember Don as the 
faint-hearted hero of our senior 
play. Gun and coin collecting 
are the favorite activities of 
engineering-minded "Duck." 
"Mo" and "Tag" agree that he 
willingly solves physics prob- 
lems if there's a piece of pecan 
pie nearby. 

Activities: Track 3, 4; Senior 
Play 4; Cross Country 4. 



RICHARD HOOD 

40 Banks Street 
Honors 

Blue-eyed "Dix" likes dis- 
missal most and G blocks least 
about W.H.S. . . . Favorite 
subject is history . . . enjoys 
eating lobster with best friends, 
Jim, Kerry, and Bill . . . plans 
to attend a liberal arts college 
and major in history. 

Activities: Language Lab Assist- 
ant 2, 3, 4; American Field 
Service 3; Debating Club 2; Inter- 
national Relations Club 4. 



ALVAH HOWARD 

31 Shade Street 
College I 

"Skeeter," a former student 

at Lexington Street Junioi 

High, really enjoys German 

with Mr. Benedict. De Mola> 

and baseball also rate high on 

this senior's list of likes, as 

Wayne and Ted can testify. In 

the future we may see "Skeeter' 

coaching some famous baseball 

team. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Senioi 
Prom Committee 4; Talent Show 
4. 



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ROBERTA HOWLEY 
5 Bancroft Street 
College II 

"Bobbie" loves cooking and 
eating Italian food. As Dolores, 
Judy and Jeanne can tell us 
she also loves basketball games. 
Miss Tahaney's typing class, 
and study periods with Mr. 
Meader. Her pet peeve is the 
one-way traffic in our hallowed 
halls. Good luck in your nurs- 



ing career, "Bobbi 



KATHERINE HUBER 
16 Plant Road 

Business — Clerk Typist 

At the football games brown- 
eyed "Kath" may be found in 
the Pep Squad section with 
Rosey, Mai, and Debbie; after- 
wards a pizza is always wel- 
come. "Kath" likes typing and 
gym class and will miss both 
at business school next year. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 





"Ring out the old, ring in the new, 
Ring, happy bells, across the snow: 
The year is going, let him go; 
Ring out the false, ring in the true.' 
TENNYSON 



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1 1 Harrington Road 
\Distributire Education 

"Bernie," whose favorite 
subject is salesmanship in her 
D.E. course, likes talking to 
I Paula, Linda, and Bunny. Her 
favorite pastimes are dancing 
and eating clams. This hazel- 
eyed senior plans a future in 
retailing. 

I Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 

| Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 

Committee 3; D.E.C.A. Club 4. 



NANCY JACKSON 

14 Banbury Avenue 
College II 

Nance, who is often eating 

ice cream in Brigham's with 

Toby, Marggi, and Bob, loves 

art. She likes decorating for 

our proms, plays, and talent 

shows. This blue-eyed blonde 

also likes going to math classes 

and working for "Mr. B." 

Nance plans to be a model 

or hairdresser after graduation 

from W.H.S. 

Activities: Senior Play 3, 4. Di- 
rector of Scenery 4; Talent Show 
3, 4, Director of Scenery 3, 4; 
Junior and Senior Prom Commit- 
tees 3, 4; Maroon Squad 3. 



PATRICIA JASSET 
20 Keach Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

"Pat" enjoys skating and 
bowling with Simone. Marilyn, 
and Cheryl. She loves subs, 
cheeseburgers, activity periods, 
and most of all the kids at 
W.H.S. "Pat," an ex-North 
Juniorite, looks forward to sec- 
retarial work after graduation. 

Activitiei: Newspaper Staff As 
sistant 4. 



WILLIARD JASSET 
20 Keach Street 
Vocational — Electronics 

"Are you serious?" quotes 
"Bill" when someone suggests 
missing history class or shop 
work. Cars, water skiing, and 
fried clams vie for top R 
in "Bill's" opinion. Dave and 
Roy both agree "Bill" will be 
a success in anv future venture 



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BEVERLY JONES 
105 Sheffield Road 
Business — Stenographic 

When Beverly isn't studying, 
she can be found strumming 
her guitar and singing folk 
songs . . . fondest memories 
of W.H.S. will include Eng- 
lish class, homeroom period, 
and lunch with Nancy, Caro- 
lyn and Anne Marie . . . sec- 
retarial work is what pert and 
pretty "Bev" plans for the 
future. 

Activities: Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2; Talent Show 2, 3; 
Mirror Representative 3; Glee 
Club 3; Pep Squad 2. 



BETH JOHNSON 

67 Canterbury Road 
College II 

"Hi! How are ya?" says 
blonde-haired "Bess" while 
passing to class at W.H.S. 
. . . When she is not in school, 
Beth spends much of her time 
at Rainbow or Y.P.F. with 
Bobbie and Cheryl. This former 
North Juniorite has plans for 
becoming a nurse after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: Mirror Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 2. 





DAVID JOHNSON 
21-5 Garden Lane 
College II 

"Dave" hails from N.J.H. 
. . . "Flash," as he is known 
to Fred, Bone, and Larky is a 
genuine scuba diving enthusiast 
. . . other favorites include 
fried clams and algebra II. 
David plans to attend the U.S. 
Coast Guard Academy. Good 
luck, "Dave!" 



BRUCE JOHNSTON 
28 Rich Street 
College II 

This talented member of 

W.H.S. enjoys playing the 

piano and listening to records 

with Mark, Paul, and Dana. 

English class and homeroom 

period rate tops with Bruce, 

who hopes to attend college in 

the future. Good luck, Bruce. 

Activities: Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3; French Club 3; Mir- 
ror Homeroom Representative 3; 
Talent Show 2. 3, 4; Dramatics 
Club 3. 



MARIA JULIANO 
12 Williams Street 
College II 

Mr. Boyd's English class is 
what Maria enjoys most about 
Waltham High. This South 
Juniorite plans to attend col- 
lege after graduation. Fried 
clams shared with Suzie, Bella 
Bruta, and Frankie make this 
miss drool. Good luck, "Ria," 
and "Bushasheena" to you, too! 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Student Council Represent- 
ative 3; Senior Play 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; French Club 2, 3. 



JOHN KADZIS 
70 Marlboro Road 
College I 

As we gaze into the W.H. 
crystal ball, we see Jack on 
college campus, but right no 
he enjoys math with M 
Lynch. Then it's off to Germai 
with Mo and Bill. May yo 
future always be bright, Jac 



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"Our citizens born under foreign skies can stand it. 
the United States of America cannot stand it." 

ALFRED E. SMITH 



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JULIA KAZNOCHA 

15 Willard Street 
College I 

Jane, Carol, and Barb tell 
us that "Greenie" enjoys sew- 
ing while waiting impatiently 
for the summertime. The kids 
and activities rate high with 
this girl. Despite the fact that 
she hates leaving W.H.S., 
"Greenie" plans to visit Eu- 
rope again and to go around the 
world. 

Activities: Homeroom Represent- 
ative 4; French Club 2, 3. 4; 
German Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3; 
Senior and Junior House Office 
4. 



MALCOLM KEIR 

5 Piety Corner Road 
College I 

When "Mai" isn't devour- 
ing pizza with Dave, Beth, 
and Ted, this Prep I senior may 
be found setting up his model 
trains . . . fondest memoxies 
of W.H.S. include trig class 
and the great school rallies . . . 
hails from L.J.H.S. . . . plans 
a college education after grad- 
uation. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2. 




COLEMAN KELLEY 
22 Hamblin Road 
College II 

Democracy class rates high 
with "Kelley" . . . usually seen 
between classes with Mike, 
Jeff, and Dick . . . generally 
says, "I get it," when dis- 
cussing his favorite subject, 
cars . . . likes lunch period 
but would prefer a twinburger 
. . . looks forward to college. 



JEANNE KELLEY 

121 Summer Street 
Business — Accounting 

Just ask Sandra, Janet and 
Cindy, and they'll agree that 
"Kell's" a barrel of fun . . . 
Jeanne attended St. Charles' 
High School before enrolling 
in W.H.S. This hazel-eyed gal 
especially enjoys democracy 
classes with Mrs. Carney. The 
future holds a career as a med- 
ical technician for Jeanne. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Committee i. 



THOMAS KELLEY 
37 Beal Road 
College 1 

"Kel" loves sports . . . 

friends Ted, Jack, and Doug 

agree . . . favorite subject, 

democracy . . . plans to enter 

college. We're sure he'll make 

his goal. 

Activities: Homeroom Represent- 
ative 3; Crimson Key J; Hockcv 
Team J; Golf Team 2. 



MICHAEL KEOHAXE 
45 Melody Lane 
Business — Accounting 

This business senior en 
Mr Gilliam's economics classes 
and activity periods at W H S 
attest his friends Frosty. Rollie 
and Dave However. "Mickey 
also enjoys fishing and work 
ing on cars while not in school 
The Air Force is in this sen 
ior's plans for the future. 



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"Hail, Bishop Valentine, whose 

day this is, 
All the air is thy Diocese." 
JOHN DONNE 




JANE KILGORE 
155 Virginia Road 
Honors 

Cute, brown-haired, green- 
eyed "Jenny" can often be 
found at W.H.S. with friends 
Joni and Linda or enjoying 
Miss Hogan's math class. 
When not in school, "Jenny" 
enjoys knitting, sewing, and 
music. "Jenny's" future in- 
cludes a liberal arts college. 

Activities: Chorus 3, 4; Language 
Lab. 3, 4; Pep Squad 2. 




JANET KINSMAN 

5 1 Chester Avenue 
Business — Clerical 

Striking, red-headed Janet 
a gal to keep an eye on . . 
her best friends, Judi, Mou 
and Sheila will readily testi 
to this . . . comes to us fro 
South Junior High Schoc 
"Red's" hobbies include sewii 
and bowling . . . plans a care 
as a fashion designer. Best 
luck in designing, Janet! 



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ROLAND KINSMAN 

14 Shakespeare Road 
Business — Accounting 

"Rollie" came to W.H.S. 
from North Junior High School. 
His characteristic epithet is 
"you sheep herder," never, of 
course, uttered in his favorite 
class, Mr. Gilliam's economics. 
Roland enjoys submarine sand- 
wiches with Chucky, Mike, and 
Harry. "Rollie" plans to enlist 
in the Air Force with Mike 
after graduation. 

Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



WALTER KNEELAND 
20 Winthrop Street 
Vocational — Printing 

Wally's maxim, "The more 
I try to better myself — the 
worse I get," really doesn't ap- 
ply to this terrific and active 
senior. Friends "Puss," Sal, 
and "Coco" all say that this 
ex-South Juniorite is kept busy 
between managing a Little 
League team and the Voca- 
tional section of the Mirror: 
Best wishes in college or in 
the service, Walt ! 

Activities: Mirror Editor 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4; Mirror Clerical 
Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Youth 
Advisory Committee 2; Mirror De- 
partment Representative 4. 



FREDERICK KNEISEL 

45 Worcester Lane 
College I 

Speedy, peppy Fred enjoys 

history class at W.H.S., but 

finds track and cress country 

with Danny, Dick, and Craig 

his most enjoyable pastime. 

However, he still finds time 

for stamps, traveling, and rock 

collecting. Good luck, Fred, in 

your future college plans. 

Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4. 






BRUCE KNOX 
6 Bright Street 
College II 

"Fifth Avenue's" main 
terest is sports . . 
"Richie," "Dixie," and "Jo 
ny" agree . . . likes dismi; 
bell's sound . . . plans to 
ter a preparatory college 
take an office job. 

Activities: Debating Club 3; 
ent Show 3. 



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CARL KRINOPOL 

80 Myrtle Street 
College II 

"Come on now," shouts 
Carl as he dribbles down the 
court. "Krin" is one of the 
co-captains who rules over the 
basketball court at W.H.S. Sub- 
marines and pizzas shared with 
basketball buddies, Art, Bob 
and Bill, rate high on his list 
of "greats." This outstanding 
hocpster plans to attend Spring- 
field College. Wax up the 
court, Springfield; here comes 
Carl! 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co- 
captain 4. 



GRETCHEN KROMER 
85 Greenwood Lane 
Honors 

However can we forget those 

infamous words "Mush, mush, 

my huskies !" as Gretchen took 

the part of Pauline in our 

senior play? Aside from her 

acting talents, Gretchen has 

quite a knack for writing, and 

plans to continue her writing 

at college. 

Activities: Debating Society 2; 
Language Lab 3; Newspaper Staff 
3, Co-Editor 4; Senior Play 4; 
Class Will 4. 




"Honor and shame from no condition arise; 
Act well your part, there all honor lies." 
ALEXANDER POPE 




THERESA KULKA 
21 Kenwood Lane 
College I 

Terry, who comes to us 
from Lexington Street Junior 
High, loves skiing and horse- 
back riding. Upon hearing that 
anyone doesn't like Mrs. Hus- 
zti's democracy class, she cries, 
"Imagine that!" Cathy, Nancy, 
and Barbara all say that Terry 
plans to go to college and then 
become a teacher. All the best 
to you, Terry! 

Activities: Russian Club 3, 4; 
French Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Riding 
Club 4; Girls' Sports 3. 4; Tulent 
Show 4; Mirror Representative 4. 



RICHARD KYTE 
74 Galen Street 
College I 

"Rich" likes to hunt and 
fish, especially with pals Jim, 
Steve, and Jack . . . favorite 
place at W.H.S. : language lab 
. . . dislikes homework and 
major sessions' . . . plans to 
enter L T niversity of Massachu- 
setts. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, $; Min >i 
Business Staff 4; German Club 3. 



CHARLES LA CAVA 
12 Auburn Street 
College II 

Rollie, Dave, and Harry often 
hear this brown-eyed senior 
saying. "What's this?" Favor- 
ites during "Ya Ya's" stay at 
W.H.S. are his economics class 
and activity periods while eat- 
ing and sports are enjoyed out- 
side of school. Good luck in 
your future plans for college. 

Activilici: Football 2. J; Bis 
kctball 2: Maroon Squad 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 3. 4. 



RONALD LAHEY 
L20 Myrtle Street 
Vocational — C.nfi 

Blue-eyed "Inch" likes noth- 
ing more than seeing Bill. El- 
don, or Edd or going to shop. 
"What a clown'' is Ron's 
only remark when someone dis- 
agrees jbout how good the 
Carpentry unirse is. This ex- 
South Junioritc is another one 
of our graduates who will an- 
swer the call to service. 



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JAMES LALLY 

7 Hovey Road 
Vocational — Printing 

"Lily" loves reading science 
texts over a meal of bacon and 
eggs . . . James, John, and Mr. 
Vincuilla are best friends . . . 
believes in co-educational fa- 
cilities . . . ex-South Juniorite 
. . . hobby is cars . . . ambition 
is the printing trade. 



RONALD LAMY 
876 Main Street 
Honors 

Ron's limited spare time is 
spent either at the Mass. Pil- 
grim Fellowship or Debating 
Club, of which he is the co- 
president. He spends some of 
his time with his friends Alan 
and Royal, but the rest is spent 
on his favorite hobby, acting. 
Good luck in college, "Ron!" 

Activities: Mirror Literary Staff 
4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Debating 
Club 2, 3, 4, Co-president 4. 




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CATHERINE LANDRIGAN 
24 Porter Road 
College I 

Between riding horses in 

open pastures and sailing *in 

cool waters "Cathy" attends 

W.H.S., where French rates 

tops on her list of subjects. A 

juicy steak shared by Terry 

and Sue make the day for this 

college-bound senior. Good 

luck, Catherine, or as the 

French say "bon chance!" 

Activities: French Club 4, Treas- 
urer 4; Pep Squad 2, 3. 4; Talent 
Show 2, 4; Future Teachers of 
America 4. 



THOMAS LA ROSA 

341 Warren Street 
Business — Accounting 

"Fastena Senti," exclaims 
"Tommy" as he elaborates on 
his favorite topics. "Tom" has 
a wide variety of hobbies in- 
cluding bowling, fishing, golf, 
and art. This senior plans to 
attend college after graduation. 

Activities:^ Junior Prom Committee 
3; Senior'Prom Committee 4. 



JAMES LEATE 
392 Lincoln Street 
College I 

A blue-eyed, brown-haired 
boy runs down a corridor 
knocking down students and 
shouting, "Fords don't go!" 
You have just witnessed our 
friend "Jim" in action. Of 
course, he's not always running 
marathons in our hallowed 
halls. Sometimes he can be 
observed in his favorite class, 
math with Mr. Curry. Ener- 
getic "Jim" can also be found 
weight lifting with Perry and 
Wicky in gym. 



ARTHUR LE BLANC 

2 Brookway Court 
College II 

"Frog," as he is called 

his friends Rock, Mel, 

Kev, enjoys gym, typing, 

Mr. O'Brien's math class 

W.H.S. Sports are also a | 

of this good-looking seni 

career with his participation 

the football, track, and c. 

country teams. Good luck 

ing your college days ahe 

Activities: Track 3, 4; Cross Cc 
try 4; Football 3; Talent Shov 



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"God must have loved the laboring man. He made so 
many of him." 

ANONYMOUS 



DORIS LeBLANC 
15 Bolton Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

If French food is for the 
having, don't be surprised to 
see Doris eagerly partaking of 
"la nourriture francais," with 
Tameira and Heinz. To borrow 
her favorite expression, "We 
are impressed," as we discover 
her wide range of pastimes 
including skating, bowling and 
swimming. Her plans for the 
future include a job as a clerk- 
typist. Best of luck, Doris! 



GILLIS LeBLANC 
23 Mt. Pleasant Street 
Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

Vivacious "Skip" really 
can't "forget it" after water 
skiing or swimming. Pals Vic. 
Ray, and "Swamp" all agree 
that steak rates top on "Skip's" 
menu. The 2:30 dismissal and 
math class are also favorites 
with him. This alumnus of 
North Junior plans to estab- 
lish his own business. Best of 
luck! 




JOSEPH LeBLANC 

22 Stearns Street 
College II 

Algebra with Mr. O'Brien 

is what "Jumbo" likes best 

about W.H.S. This Prep II 

student came to us from St. 

Charles' High, and his plans 

for the future include college. 

Our friend "Joe" can usually 

be found at the Boys' Club or 

munching a pizza with Jim. 

Jack, and Buzzy. Best of luck, 

"Joe"! 

Activitits: Golf Team 3, 4; Base- 
hall Team V i. 



LUCILLE LeBLANC 
116 Chestnut Street 
Distributive Education 

A transfer student from St. 
Charles', "Mugs" enjoys horse- 
back riding, dancing and skat- 
ing with Joe. Ginny, and 
"Mousy" . . . exclaims "wow!" 
when sitting down to 
spaghetti and meat balls . . . 
includes retailing school in her 
future plans. 

Attn ilia: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee ^; Talent Show 2, 3, -1; 
D.E.C.A. 4; Pep Squad 2, 3. 4; 
Senior Prom 4. 



LAWRENCE LeBRUX 
86 Chester Lane 
Vocational — Auto Ah chatties 

At coffee breaks friendly 
"Leonardo" usually quips. 
"Who's buying?" to pal Gary 
This blue-eyed auto entln 
finds shop and eclairs enjoy- 
able. An alumnus of L.S.J.H., 
Earn- plans a career as a ma- 
chinist. Good luck! 

Activitits: Talent Show 2; Foot- 
ball I. 



SHIRLEY LE CLAIR 
25 Hawthorne Road 
Business — Stenographic 

North Junior donates this 
dark blonde cutie. Shirley en- 
joys football and dancing with 
Christine and the twins. When 
away from her activities. Shir- 
la prut, is her shorthand. 
"Shirl" intends to utilize her 
shorthand capabilities in a sec- 
retarial position 

Pep Squad 4; Talent 
Show J, Representative 

4; Graduation IVhcr J; Prom Com- 
mittee 



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GLORIA LENTINI 
210 Hardy Pond Road 
College II 

Blue-eyed Gloria's favorite 

hobby is bowling . . . enjoys 

eating Italian food and talking 

with Anne, Jeanne, and Janice 

. . . likes lunch periods and 

Mr. Gilliam's economics classes 

. . . plans to be an airline 

hostess. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 2, 3; 
Homeroom Representative 3. 



"A mother is a mother still. 
The holiest thing alive." 

COLERIDGE 



VIRGINIA LENTINI 
210 Hardy Pond Road 
College II 

"You're not conceitec 

you're convinced," says browi 

haired, hazel-eyed "Ginn> 

kiddingly to her friends Cind 

Patti, and Sally. The W.H. 

pep rallies are a favorite i 

this Pep Squad member as a: 

her history classes.. This futu 

nurse finds the senior girl 

football team quite challen, 

ing and a lot of fun. 

Activities: Glee Club 1; Horn 
room Representative 1; Pep Squ; 
2, 3, 4. 




CHRISTOPHER LEONARD 

78 Warwich Avenue 
College I 

This green-eyed senior en- 
joys trig class along with Jack 
and his other friends. How- 
ever, he seems to like sports 
the most, participating on the 
swim team, in the scuba diving 
club, and in the rifle club. 
Good luck with your future 
plans for college, Chris ! 

Activities: Swimming Team 2, 3, 
4; Scuba Diving Club 3, 4; Rifle 
Club 2. 



LYNN LEONARD 
46 Adams Street 
College I 

"Can I help you, dear?" 
says brown-eyed Lynn to her 
friends Linda and Paula. Rol- 
ler skating, sewing, reading, 
and dancing are Lynn's favorite 
hobbies when she is not study- 
ing Russian or other subjects 
at W.H.S. College is in the 
near future for this former 
South Juniorite. 

Activities: Russian Club 4; French 
Club 2. 



JUDITH LERETTE 
12 Arbor Lane 
College I 

Perky, peppy Judy ("Y.A.") 
is a really bright addition to 
the cheerleading squad. Bi- 
ology is her favorite subject 
at W.H.S. Eating, particularly 
lasagna, and sports also top her 
list of favorites. Delores, Rob- 
erta, and Sue say that Judy 
plans to go to college and 
then become a teacher. 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Prom Committees 
3, 4; Dramatics Club 2; Mirror 
Business Staff 4. 



JOHN LEVENSALER 

27 Andrea Road 
Business — Accounting 

"Boogie," as John is kno 
to his friends Pete and Ral 
finds English class his favo 
at W.H.S. This business cou 
senior also finds golf, fi?hi 
and working on cars very 
joyable. Good luck, John, < 
ing your time in the Navy 
Activities: Golf Team 2. 



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ROBERT LEWIS 

27 Amherst Avenue 
College II 

"Bob," a former Lexington 
Street Junior High student, is 
usually seen between classes 
with "Gim," John, and "Big 
Bill." Gym ranks as his fa- 
vorite subject at W.H.S. Tur- 
key seems to be the only dish 
that makes "Bob's" eyes dance. 
Best of luck in the service! 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Language I.ab Assistant 2; Weather 
Club 2; Maroon Squad 2. 



SARAH LICATO 
36 Kenmore Road 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Black-haired, brown-eyed 

Sally, a former South Junior- 
ite, can often be seen leaving 
a typing class with Mary, Jo- 
anne, and Janice. Activity 
periods and lunch with the 
gang are among Sally's fa- 
vorites at W.H.S. If you ever 
want to see this future sec- 
retary out of school, you can 
probably find her horseback 
riding. 




"Yet in my lineaments they trace 
Some features of my father's face.' 




WAYNE LITTLEFIELD 
16 Smart Street 
Honors 

Wayne dislikes doing home- 
work as a rule . . . enjoys sup- 
porting sports at W.H.S. . . . 
can be seen during and after 
school with Steve, "Skeeter," 
and Tom . . . Lehigh or St. 
Lawrence College lie in his 
future plans. Best of luck, 
Wayne! 

Activities: German Club 2, 3. 4, 
President A; Latin Club 2; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; Science Seminar 
2. 



LAWRENCE LIVERMORE 
17 Thornton Road 
College II 

Skiing and swimming rahk 
high with "Larry." He espe- 
cially likes steak as Fred. Dave, 
and Rick know. "Larry" en- 
joys history class and working 
on the maroon squad but still 
looks forward to the 2:30 bell. 
His future plans include a 
college education. 

Activities: Talent Show i; Debat- 
ing Club 2; Maroon Squad 4; 
Audio-Visual Staff 2. 



CYNTHIA LIZOTTE 
9-4 High Street 
College II 

This sparkling senior for- 
merly attended St. Charles 
High School ... can fre- 
quently be heard to say "What 
can I say?" . . . loves dancing 
and swimming . . . enjoys cat 
ing piz/a with Carol, Jeanne, 
and Billie . . . plans to be a 
nurse after graduation. Best of 
luck. Cindy! 
Acticilits: Glee Club J. 



ELEANOR LOBDELL 

326 Newton Street 
Busine <s — Sit uographic 

This lovely lass comes from 
South Junior. Ice skating and 
skiing occupy her sparetime. 
Ellie enjoys eating pizza with 
Debbie. Carolyn, and Pat 
"What can I say?" she c\ 
claims oh her way to her fa- 
vorite third lunch .Secretarial 
work is in the future for this 
bright sc:". 

Red Cross Represent- 
ative v Per Squad 3. Nurse's 
Staff 4; Talent Show 3. 4. 



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ROBERT LONG 
81 Lakewiew Avenue 
Honors 

"Bob" can usually be seen 

at football practices after school 

. . . dislikes crowded lunch 

periods and one way corridors 

. . . formerly from Lexington 

Street Junior High . . . enjoys 

a piece of charcoaled steak once 

in awhile or talking with 

friends Al, Chuck, and Bob 

. . . college lies ahead for 

"Bob." 

Activities: Football Team 3, 4; 
Chess Club 2; Rifle Club 2. 



JUDITH LOVERN 

75 Chester Lane 
Business — Clerk Typist 

English and activity periods 
rate high on this business sen- 
ior's list of W.H.S. favorites. 
When not in school, "Shorty" 
can be found sewing or at the 
movies with her friends Dick 
and Bev. Judy's plans include 
being a clerk typist. 
Activities: Newspaper Typist 4. 





LORETTA LUCAS 
16 Bither Avenue 
College II 

"Hi there, Handsome!" says 
"Little One" to friends Paul 
and Ted. This blonde, blue-eyed 
senior likes any activity in the 
wide open spaces, especially 
riding, skating, and swimming. 
W.H.S. wishes her good luck 
in her future plans, which in- 
clude a college education. 

Activities: Mirror Sports Staff 4; 
Mirror Art Staff 4; Senior Play 
Committee 4; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Pep Squad 3, 4: Clinic 
Staff 3; Library Council 3; Main 
Office Staff 3. 4. 



BRUCE MAC DONALD 

200 Trapelo Road 
College II 

Racing boats, baseball, and 
a thick juicy steak top "Mac's" 
list of favorites, as does his- 
tory. Bruce came from the 
Thomas A. Blakelock School 
in Oakville, Ontario, before en- 
tering W.H.S. "Mac" often 
says "How about that?" to 
"Hinz," Barry, and John. Good 
luck, "Mac," in your plans 
to become an engineer. 



RONALD MAC INNIS 
49 Parmenter Road 
College II 

A school without stairs 
would be "Mac's" idea of Para- 
dise. If Ron had three wishes, 
Ricky, and Chuck agree that 
all of them would be for a 
delicious steak dinner. Best of 
luck in college, Ron! 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Intramural 
Basketball 2. 



ELIZABETH MAC KENZIE 

7 Milo Street 
Honors 

This popular, hard working 

honors course senior is happie; 

during Mr. Eames' bliolog 

classes or just talking with he 

friends, Martha, Carol, an 

Gail. Although Betty is kef 

very busy with school activitie 

you can still find her with h< 

church fellowship or at Rai 

bow. Good luck, Betty, in yoi 

future as a physical therapi; 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; Ch 
rus 3, 4; Mirror Business Staff 



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BARRY MAC NEIL 
296 South Street 
College II 

Blue-eyed Barry, formerly 
from North Junior, goes for 
pizza and law. Cars head his 
list of pastimes. His friends 
include Eddie, Richie, and 
Billy. After graduation Barry 
will go into the service. 



MARGARET MAC NEIL 
140 Brewster Road 
College I 

Judi, Gail, and Bruce call 
this pizza-muncher "Charlie." 
She remembers fondly the 
classes, the boys, and everything 
. . . dislikes one way corridors 
and contact slips. College is in 
her future. 




RUTH MAC LEAN 

81 Parmenter Road 
Business — Clerk Typist 

This cute, friendly business 
senior can always be seen danc- 
ing, singing, or talking on the 
phone with Judy, Jean, or 
Cheryl. If you ever hear any- 
one saying, "Hey, there. How 
are ya?", it is probably 
"Ruthie." Good luck, Ruthie, 
with your future plans at Mans- 
field Academy of Hair Design! 

Activities: Main Office Staff 3; 
Talent Show 4; Dramatics Club 
4. 



MARSHA MAELAND 
94 Shirley Road 
Business — Stenographic 

"Hi there!" says auburn- 
haired "Marsh" to Glenda, 
Donna, and Ruth on the way 
to Mr. Hood's English class. 
When not at church meetings 
or in shorthand class. Marsha 
can be found munching french 
fries. Traveling and a secre- 
tarial career are among her fu- 
ture plans. 

Activities: Talent Show I. Senior 
Play Usherette 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Pep Squad 2, J, 4 



DONNA MAC LEOD 

155 Florence Road 
College II 

Vivacious "Macki" counts 
water skiing, cooking, dancing, 
and ice skating among her 
hobbies. Ted, Maureen, and 
Carol know when they hear 
"Gosh darn it!" that "Macki" 
is around. She is very active in 
church organizations and en- 
joys lunch and Mr. Meader's 
class. She plans to attend a lib- 
eral arts college. 

Activities: Weather Club 2; Nurse's 
Staff 4. 





ANNE MARIE MAHAN 
855 Lexington Street 
College II 

"Hey. wait for me!" exclaims 
Anne to friends Beverly, Gloria, 
and Janice. She lists Kwiqg, 
dancing, and eating among her 
hobbies. This Lexington Street 
Junior High Alumna likes ac- 
tivity period and the dismissal 
bell best .it W HS College is 
in her plans for next fall. 
Actinties: Prom Committees 
Pep Squad 2. 



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"For unto us a child is born 
called . . . The Prince of Peace.' 



and his name shall be 



CAROLYN MAHAN 
855 Lexington Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Hairdressing school is in the 
future for this energetic senior 
after graduation. Friends Bev, 
Diane, and Jackie tell us bowl- 
ing and eating, especially Ital- 
ian food, really rate high with 
Carolyn. We wish great suc- 
cess to this future beautician! 

Activities: Prom Committees 3, 4; 
Red Cross Representative 2; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4. 



PHILLIP MAHONEY 

175 Summer Street 
College II 

"Phil," as he is known to 
Buddy, Billy, and Dave, looks 
forward to bookkeeping classes 
at W.H.S. "Phil" enjoys work- 
ing on the maroon squad, but 
can't wait for a meal of spa- 
ghetti. His future plans include 
time in the service. Best of 
luck, "Phil" ! 

Activities: Football Team 2; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Talent Show 4; Debat- 
ing Team 2. 




ANTOINETTE MANCUSO 
132 Charles Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"I don't care," explains 

brown-eyed "Toni," who can 

be found devouring pizza with 

friends, Emilie, Samera, and 

Gail. This typing enthusiast 

hopes to be a secretary. Good 

luck, "Toni" ! 

Activities: Talent Show 4; Senior 
Prom Committee 4. 



ANTHONY MANDILE 

192 Willow Street 
Distributive'' Education 

When he's not bowling with 
John, "Tony" can usually be 
found enjoying a pizza. This 
French Club member likes the 
school spirit displayed by his 
fellow W.H.S.'ers, but he dis- 
likes the school lunches. We 
all wish Tony the be9t of luck 
in the field of merchandising 
at college. 
Activities: French Club 2. 



NOEL MANNING 
269 Linden Street 
College I 

Blonde, blue-eyed Noel en- 
joys French classes at W.H.S. 
. . . numbers Jackie, Cathy, 
and Paula among her friends 
.. . . likes fried chicken . . . 
puts her talent to use on the 
Mirror art staff and in the 
Glee Club . . . dislikes crowded 
lunches in the cafe. Good luck 
at Lasell Junior College, Noel! 

Activities: Main Office Staff 3, 4; 
Glee Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 4; 
Talent Show 4; Mirror Art Staff 
4. 



PAUL MANZON 
13 Marion Street 
College I 

"Zeus," as he is known 

by Brahms, Will, and Mike, 

looks forward to physics clas< 

at W.H.S. He usually says. 

"We don't fool around," wher 

discussing his favorite subject 

automobiles. Paul's future plan: 

include courses at Wentwortf 

Institute. 

Activities: Talent Show 4; Debat 
ing Club 3; Audio-Visual Staf 
3; Senior Prom Committee 4 
Homeroom Representative 3. 



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ALAN MARCOLINA 
j4l Winter Street 
\College II 

"Rags," a blue-eyed hot-rod 

enthusiast, has good times in 

the cafeteria at W.H.S. . . . 

I dislikes the extra activities from 

210 ■ . ■ can be seen eating 

1 pizza with buddies, "Greek," 

I Louie, and Vic, or talking 

1 about joining the Air Force 

after graduation. 

[Activities: Football Team 3; Talent 
I Show 4; Senior Prom Committee 
14; Maroon Squad 4; Debating 
I Club 2. 



MARALEE MARCOU 
61 Chester Lane 
Business — Stenographic 

"Are they all empty?" says 

"Mai," who may frequently 

be seen chatting with Ellen, 

Sally Ann, and Janice during 

activity periods. A chocolate 

eclair makes Maralee's blue 

eyes sparkle. This lass likes to 

collect keys in her spare time. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Youth 

Council 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4. 




"Heap on more wood — the wind is chill 
But let it whistle as it will, 
We'll keep our Christmas merry still." 

SCOTT 




FREDERICK MARKHAM 

1 1 Tudor Street 
College II 

"Rick," as he is called by 
Chick, Herbie and Ron, is 
usually heard saying, "Hang 
it up" in the halls of W.H.S. 
'55 Chevies and history rate 
high with blue-eyed Rick. His 
future plans include the Massa- 
chusetts College of Pharmacy. 

Activities: Talent Show 4; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Maroon Squad 
4; Debating Club 2; Audio-Visual 
Staff 2. 



LORRAINE MARMONTI 

25 Crafts Street 
College II 

Brown-eyed "Lolly" enjoys 

classes with Mr. O'Brien and 

Mrs. Patterson . . . often says, 

"Watch it, Buster!" to Lynn, 

Judy-Anne, and Ricky . . . 

swimming and skiing are tops 

with her . . . plans a career in 

teaching. We wish you the 

greatest success in the future, 

Lorraine! 

Activities: Senior Play 3. 4; Talent 
Show i, I. Pep Squad 2; Class 
Secretary 2; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2. 



JEFFREY MASON 
24 Warwick Avenue 

Hoi: 

"Jeff" is a former student 

from Lexington Street Junior 

High and a member of the 

B.C. G>mputer Class . . . has 

fun hunting . . . enjoys math 

class with Miss Hoc.in . . . 

dislikes not being able to go 

to his locker during the d.iv 

. . . can be seen with Pete. 

J.ukie. and Don after classes 

. . . will enter college in the 

fall. 

Activities: B.C. Computer I 

3. 4; German Club 2. 3. 4. Rifle 

Club 2. V i. Math Club 2. V * 



RICHARD MASON 
85 Rich Street 
Collegi II 

"Swede." as Richard is called 
by his friends. Reb. Herb, and 
Keg. enjoys working on 
This former North Juniorite 
finds the students at W.H.S. 
really nice. Out of school Rich- 
ard finds time to be at the 
Minuteman Lodge. 



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CAROL MAZZOLA 

242 Lowell Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"Hurry up," says blue-eyed 
"Muzzy." She enjoys Miss Ho- 
garty's shorthand class . . . can 
be found swimming or discuss- 
ing her future plans with pals. 
Carol, Donna, and Pat. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Ma- 
roon Squad 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Cafeteria Staff 3. 



ANNE McARDLE 
118 Ash Street 
College II 

"Annie," a hazel-eyed spa- 
ghetti fan, enjoys history and 
algebra classes. This former 
South Juniorite is a tennis and 
skiing enthusiast. She plans to 
attend college in the future. 
Good luck, Anne ! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Talent Show 
4; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Student Council Representative 3; 
Glee Club 3; Weather Club 2. 





MICHAEL McCABE 
25 Tavern Road 
College II 

This North Juniorite thinks 
pizza and democracy are all 
that compaxe with sports. "Is 
that right?" he quips to pals 
Auggie, Al, and Steve when 
discussing the cafe. Mike has 
made plans to enter the serv- 
ice. 
Activities: Football 3. 



paula McCarthy 

156 Weston Street 
Distributive Education 

"The Little One's" hobby 

is swimming with friends, 

Bernie, Linda, and Bunny . 

favorite saying: "Help!" . , 

grumbles about too many rules 

. . . plans a career in retailing 

Loads of luck, "Little One" 

Activities: DECA Club 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3 



james Mcdonald 

10 Calvary Street 
Business — Accounting 

Turkey and chicken taste 
good to "Jim" after playing 
football or attending gym class. 
This former South Juniorite 
talks with Pete, John, and Dick 
about his plan to go to North- 
eastern a year after graduation. 
Best of luck, Jim! 



CHRISTOPHER McELROY 

48 Tolman Street 
College I 

Blue-eyed "Chooch" look 

forward to his German arv 

math classes. Chris, who wen 

to South Junior, has been ac 

tive in the German club fo 

three years. His future plan 

include courses in business ac 

ministration. We know he' 

be successful. 

Activities: Football Team 2, I 
Debating Club 3; German Clu 
2, 3, 4; Weather Club 2; Audic 
Visual Staff 2. 



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"Beautiful hands are they that do 
Deeds that are noble, good and true. 
McGUFFEY 




STEPHEN McGONIGLE 
65 Ellery Road 
College II 

Attention! "Steve" has just 

entered . . . comes from North 

Junior and has brown eyes and 

light brown hair . . . claims 

he likes history and turnips 

... is followed by Paul and 

Bill . . . says that one must 

be "up on it" . . . plans to go 

to college. 

Activities: Student Council Rep 
resentativc 4; Weather Club 2. 



DAVID McGRATH 
33 Eddy Street 
Vocational — Electronics 

This North Juniorite's fond- 
est memories will be of shop 
and the friendly atmosphere 
. . . pals Tommy, John, and 
Larry agree . . . pizza and cars 
rate high with "Rick" . . . 
we see college in his future 
plans. 

Activities: Mirror Department Rep- 
resentative 4. 





BARBARA McFAYDEN 

14 Willow Street 
College II 

Pretty blonde-haired "Barb," 
who finds a lot of fun in her 
senior year says, "You'd bet- 
ter believe it," to pals Phyllis. 
RoseMary and Delores. Blue- 
eyed "Barb" hopes to attend 
Forsythe Dental Infirmary af- 
ter graduation. 

Activities: Student Council Rep- 
resentative 4; Maroon Squad 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Pep Squad 2. 



STEPHEN McGANN 

145 Alder Street 
College II 

"Get down on it," says blue- 
eyed "Swede" to friends. Cole- 
man, Mike, and Bob. A South 
Junior graduate, Jeff enjoys 
trig classes and lunch at 
W.H.S. Swedish meatballs, 
"nite life" and pool also rate 
high with this college pre- 
paratory senior. Good luck. 
Jeff! 

Activities: Weather club 2; Pres- 
ident 2; Homeroom Representative 

3. 




SANDRA McKEEN 
91 Ash Street 
College I 

Red-haired "Sandy" likes 
the 2:30 bell best at W.H.S. 
Debbie, Sheila, and Rosalie say 
that "Sandy" is a ski enthusiast 
whose favorite subject is sci- 
ence. She likes lunch periods 
least — maybe that's because 
Chinese food is not served. Her 
future plans include dental hy- 
giene 



KENNETH xMcKELVIE 
6 Pine Street 
South Acton. Mass 

Vocational — M 

"That's the breaks." gripes 
hazel-eyed "Mac" after a spill 
while water skiing. Von. Tom. 
and "Kuk" will attest that he'll 
eat anything after a day of 
such exercise. Discussions with 
the faculty and shop rate high 
with him. His future includes 
night school and employment 
as a machir- 



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Lad, you took the soul of me 
That long had lain despairing, 
Sent me Heaven-faring, 
Gave me wings again. 

ANGELA MORGAN 



thomas Mclaughlin 

1 5 Sharon Road 
Business — Accounting 

When "Mac" isn't running 

track or playing football, you'll 

find him in the sub shop with 

friends Jimmy, Billy, and Rol- 

lie. "Mac," once a student at 

North Junior, rates history great 

and plans to enter the service 

after graduation. 

Activities: Track 3, 4; Cross Coun- 
try 4; Football 2. 



JOSEPH McMANUS 
50 Cherry Street 
Vocational — Drafting 

Friendly Joe's favorite sub- 
ject is history . . . coin collect- 
ing and drawing are extra- 
curricular . . . this former 
South Juniorite relishes a juicy 
steak while talking with Bill 
and Dave . . . plans to trade 
his shop togs in for the khaki 
of the U.S. Army. We salute 
you! 
Activities: Safety Committee 2. 




ROBERT McKENNA 

33 Gilbert Street 
College I 

This college-minded senior 
likes English as well as dis- 
missals. Bob and Dave tell us 
that "Bob" is interested in 
horses. "I didn't finish it" is 
the usual cry of this South 
Juniorite. Good luck, Bob, in 
all you do in the future. 



MARGARET McNAMARA 

14 Floyd Street 
Business — Accounting 

Margaret, an alumna of 
North Junior, favors English, 
riding, and swimming . . . dis- 
likes one-way traffic in passing 
to classes . . . enjoys activity 
periods and guest speakers at 
the I.B.E.W. Hall ... is often 
seen chatting with Rose and 
Delores about Bay State Acad- 
emy and about becoming a 
World Trade secretary. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; Main Of- 
fice Staff 4. 



SALLY McKENZIE 
1654 Trapelo Road 
College II 

"Sal," a brown-eyed typist, 
can be seen often with Kathy, 
Gail, or Ginny during activity 
periods or at football rallies. 
She dislikes passing to classes 
via one-way corridors and wait- 
ing in long lines in the cafe- 
teria for lunch. College awaits 
her after graduation. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 





GEORGE McPHEE 

22V2 Rumford Avenue 
College I 

"Watch that puck!" is a 
familiar sound to "Steve" as 
he plays hockey for W.H.S. 
This blue-eyed blond likes all 
kinds of food and also enjoys 
playing pocket billiards with 
Jack, Swede, and Bob. George's 
future includes a college educa- 
tion. Good luck to our favorite 
goalie ! 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Audio- 
Visual Staff 2,3. 



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ELDON Mc WILLIAMS 

76 Main Street 
South Acton, Mass. 
Vocational — Carpentry 

The only gripe that this 
brown-eyed senior has is that 
the Vocational School isn't 
nearer to home. Italian food, 
bowling, and shopwork really 
thrill "Mickey," as Ron, Bill, 
and Ed will attest. Technical 
school, college, or the service 
are future possibilities. Pick 
your choice; he'll excel ! 
Activities: Class Vice-President 4. 




ALFRED MEDEIROS 
71 Pine Hill Circle 
College I 

"Al" is a graduate of 
L.S.J.H. . . . finds math the 
most interesting of all his sub- 
jects . . . plans to go to an 
engineering school or to the 
U.S. Military Academy . . . 
friends Robert, Arthur, and 
Daniel can testify that "Al's" 
personality will carry him a 
long way. Good luck, Al ! 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 4. 



PAULA MEDAGLIA 
775 Lincoln Street 
College I 

"Oh, grubbles!" moans 

"Reeba," who comes to us 

from Lexington Street Junior 

High . . . loves her Latin and 

French classes . . . does not 

have enough of Virgil at 

W.H.S. . . . "Byz," Genie, and 

Lynn all agree that Paula will 

succeed as a talented artist in 

the future. Good luck, Paula! 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 
Executive Council 4; Mirror Art 
Staff 2, 3. 4, Art Editor 4; De- 
bating Club 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 




"Over there, over there. 

Send the word, send the word over there. 

That the Yanks are coming." 

GEORGE M. COHAN 





JOHN MILIOTO 

707 South Street 
College 11 

Here comes "Bomber," the 
quarterback of our team. Sports 
of all kinds keep John going. 
With a democracy book under 
his arm John meets Paul and 
Ken to huddle around a pizza. 
"Bomber" says the school is 
run with great efficiency. The 
Air Force is lined up for his 
career. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. 



DEBORAH MILLER 

153 Myrtle Street 
College I 

"How about that!" exclaims ac- 
tive "Deb" while climbing stairs 
at WHS. When she's not skiing, 
horseback riding, or skating, this 
former South Juniorite can be seen 
eating fried clams with Nancy, 
Ellie. and Carolyn. Blonde, blue- 
eyed "Deb" will always fondly re- 
member activity period and chem- 
istry lab at W.H.S. when she 
enters the fields of medical tech- 
nology in college. 
Activities: Russian Club (; French 
Club 4; Mirror Art Staff i: Latin 
Club 2; Mirror Business Staff 4; 
Mirror Homeroom Representative 
4; Pep Squad 2. 



KATHLEEN MITCHELL 
13 Derby Street 
Collect I 

Kathy comes to us from 
South Junior. English classes 
with Miss Tabor and homeroom 
periods rate high with Kathy. 
but the crowded and hurried 
lunches really drive her up a 
wall. "What can I say?" she 
shouts to Pat. Judy, and Peggv 
on her way to a Chinese res- 
taurant. After graduation, she 
plans to enter business college. 
and then go into airlines work 

Acta itic< Dramatics Club 4: Pep 
Squad 3: Latin Club 2; French 
Club 2. 



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CHRISTINE MOBILIA 
65 Charles Street 
College I 

"Zeke" loves dancing, swim- 
ming, and cheering! Favorite 
memory: pep rallies . . . grum- 
bles about the crowded cafe- 
teria . . . best friends Mary 
Ann, Diane, "Angie" . . . 
plans to enter Boston College. 
Best of luck with the Eagles, 
Chris ! 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 3, 

4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 

Latin Club 2; Student Council 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4. 



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ROBERT MOBILIA 
41 Gordon Street 
College 11 

Cars, chemistry, and char- 
coal steak are the big C's in 
Bob's life . . . friends include 
Butch and Herb . . . study 
periods and cars also rate high. 
We see a uniform of a 
State Trooper in this boy's fu- 
ture! 






SALLY MOBILIA 
13 Harland Road 
College II 

Brown-eyed Sally is known 
as "Murphy" to Ellen, Mai, 
and Betsey . . . especially en- 
joys Mr. Boyd's English class 
. . . often heard saying, "Love 
that canoe" . . . likes lunch 
period in the cafe best . . . 
future plans include college. 

Activities: Class Treasurer 2; Ma- 
roon Squad 2, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 2, 3; Pep - Squad 2, 3, 4; Junior 
and Senior Prom Committees 3, 4. 



THOMAS MOGAN 

39 Dartmouth Street 
College II 

South Junior has given us 
a full-fledged swell kid — one 
half car and racing enthu- 
siast and one half democracy 
and spaghetti lover. Bill and 
Ken tell us that "Tom" plans 
to go into the service after 
graduation. Best wishes for the 
future, "Tom." 



ELEANOR MONACO 
175 Doty Street 
College I 

"Ellie" carries a bundle of 
smiles, giving them to everyone 
with a "Hi there!" "Ellie" is 
mighty fine company agree 
Loreen, Rosie, and Carolyn. 
With numerous school activ- 
ities plus an active interest in 
horseback riding, swimming, 
and skiing, she still finds time 
to plan a college education. 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
3; German Club 3, 4; Mirror 
Subscription Staff 4; Maroon 
Squad 4. 



PETER MONACO 
96 Hammond Street 
College II 

Let's get acquainted with 
Peter. He has black hair and 
brown eyes and tells us bock- 
keeping is his favorite subject. 
His friends Connolly and Col- 
lura call him "Tank," and the 
three of them enjoy playing 
cards. "Tank" is planning on 
college for next year. 

Activities: Football 2. 



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WOODROW WILSON 



PATRICIA MOODY 

1105 Lexington Street 
College I 

"Pat" can usually be found 
reading, practicing yoga, or eat- 
ing Hershey bars. Coming to us 
from Nashua Senior High, the 
first thing she noticed about 
W.H.S. is the friendliness of 
the kids. She likes English and 
the "mass stampedes" to lunch. 
"Pat" is looking forward to a 
college career at Bates or U. 
Mass. 

Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Folk 
Song Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
French Club 4; F.T.A. 4. 



BARBARA MORANG 
22 Shirley Road 
College I 

This dazzling blue-eyed 
blonde likes algebra and Ger- 
man classes at W.H.S. Next 
in her likes are the exhilarat- 
ing rallies. Anne and Sue agree 
that this soda enthusiast has a 
rosy future in store at a junior 
college. 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; 
Senior Play 4; Ticket Chairman 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 




IfcHARLES MORRISON 

11380 Lexington Street 
\\College I 

From Lexington Street Junior 
High we inherited Charlie Mor- 
Irison, the popular co-captain 
bf the W.H.S. football team. 
I Between football and track 
practice athletic "Mo" often 
takes off. Where? Probably to 
a ski resort or maybe just to 
'the great outdoors for hiking 
land hunting. Mr. Benedicfs 
German class is "Charlie's" 
favorite. Best of luck in col- 
lege! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4, Co- 
captain 4; Track Team 2, 3, 4; 
| Senior Play 4; German Club 
fc. 3, 4. 



WILLIAM MORROW 
195 Brown Street 
Vocational — Carpentry 

The variety of work in shop 
fascinates this fishing enthu- 
siast . . . Ron, Eldon, and Jerry- 
are close pals . . . reading over 
a snack of tunafish sandwiches 
and milk is a favorite activity 
... the Air Force and the car- 
pentry profession await him. 

Activities: Mirror Department Rep- 
resentative 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 
Safety Committee 3, President 3. 



GERALD MOSCATO 
461 Main Street 
College II 

Jerry previously attended 
Our Lady's High School in 
Newton. "Stasc." Nick, and 
"Mouse" tell us that Jerry is 
interested in both car mechanics 
and girls. Lobster is a favorite 
with this brown-haired, brown 
eye.! senior. Best of luck in the 
future. Jerry ' 



CLIFFORD MOV 
1 5 Bright Street 
College I 

"Cliff" plans to attend col- 
lege and later enjoy a career 
in computer programming 
Math and scuba divintj rate 
high with "Cliff." Bye. "Cliff"; 
we know you're in a hurry to 
join Pete and Paul over a 
large juicy steak. 

Activities Scuba Dimhc 
Rifle Club 2, J; Track 1 



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"The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not 
be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State 
on account of sex." 

XIX AMENDMENT 



BERNADETTE MULA 
16 Alderwood Road 
Distributive Education 

Auburn-haired "Bunny" can 

be heard exclaiming, "Catch 

me later," to friends Bernie, 

Paula, and Bobby. Italian food, 

skiing, and swimming are her 

particular favorites. We wish 

her success at Garland Junior 

College next fall. 

Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Talent Show 2, 3; D.E.C.A. 
4; Homeroom Representative 2, 3; 
Senior Prom Committee 4. 



ROBERT MULLEN 
639 Trapelo Road 
College 11 

"Is that right?" is the fa- 
vorite expression of this Lex- 
ington Street Junior High 
graduate. Teddy and Nick say 
"Mully" likes lunch, econom- 
ics, and the dismissal bell 
His hobbies are skiing, horse- 
back riding, and bowling. Aftei 
high school "Mully" hopes tc 
attend business college. 

Activities: French Club 3; Band 
2, 3, 4; Cafe Staff 3. 




JUDITH MURPHY 
10 F Prospect Hill Lane 

Business — Stenographic 

Judy comes to us from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High . . . 
likes English class and the ro- 
tating schedule . . . screams, 
"Strike!" while bowling up a 
storm with Patty and Ruth 
Ann . . . future holds secre- 
tarial job for "Jam." 



KERRY MURPHY 

1466 Main Street 
College 1 

When looking for "Murph," 

you can find him either in the 

language lab or with friends, 

"Scum," "Dix," and "Bog." 

This college bound senior rates 

democracy and subs tops. 

"Murph" can usually be heard 

saying, "What a yo-yo !" "Lots 

of luck, "Murph" ! 

Activities: Language Lab Assistant 
3. 



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LINDA MURPHY 

1466 Main Street Honors 

Petite and peppy "Murph" 
wants to attend Regis College 
after graduation. History rates 
high on Linda's list of fa- 
vorites at W.H.S., along with 
German Club meetings and 
football games. This former 
North Juniorite lights up at 
the thought of eating steak 
with Cathy, Jenny, and Arlene. 
If you see a little ball of fire 
shouting "Howdy" at you from 
the other end of the corridor, 
that's Murph!" 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Library Council 
3, 4, Co-Chairman 4; Glee Club 
3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff 4; 
American Field Service 3. 



ROBERT MURRAY 
50 River Street 
College I 

"Muggsy." a South Juni 
graduate, has college plans 
store. There is no better w 
of studying than over a stra\ 
berry sundae according to Ro 
ert. "Muggsy" devotes his fr 
time to car racing. Bob, Da\ 
and Rick are familiar with tl 
words, "You're a meathead 
Good luck in college. Bob! 



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JOHN NASON 
33 Alder Street 
Business — Accounting 

Former South Juniorite 
"Jack" frequently asks, "Is 
jthere track practice after 
chool?" Jack also likes foot- 
ball and basketball, followed 
y a big hamburger. He dis- 
ikes homework and crowded 
jcafeteria lunches. Bookkeeping 
and gym are tops with Jack. 
His ambition is to attend either 
Bentley or Burdett School of 
Business. 

Activities: Cross Country 3, 4; 
Indoor Track 3, 4; Outdoor Track 
3, 4. 



JENNIFER NEWCOMBE 

23 Dennison Street 
Business — Accounting 

"Now, did I say anything?" 

says this former South Junior 

student. Hazel-eyed "Jenny" 

enjoys skiing and eating grits 

with horn gravy. "J" likes all 

the marvelous kids and teachers 

of W.H.S. She plans to attend 

North Carolina State University 

for a career in religious work. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 3, 
4; Debating Club 3, 4, Secretary 
4; Library Council 2, 3, 4; I.B.M. 
Data Processing 4. 




". . . the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating 
liquors within, ... the United States . . . , for beverage 
purposes, is hereby prohibited." 

XVIII AMENDMENT 




ROBERT NICHOLS 
66 Chester Lane 
College I 

When not with Kevin, Al, 
or Arlene, "Nick's" favorite 
pastime is reading. At W.H.S. 
"Nick" likes history but doesn't 
much care for the cafeteria 
lunches. He is often heard say- 
ing, "Wind it up," as he fin- 
ishes a plate of clams. College 
and government work are part 
of "Nick's" future plans. 



JAMES NOBLE 
20 Cedar Hill Lane 
College I 

"Aggravations!" shouts 
"Jim" as he tries to concen- 
trate on his chemistry assign- 
ment, English class, the swim- 
ming team, and submarine sand 
wiches rate highest on "Jim's" 
list of favorites. This senior 
transferred to W.H.S. from 
Brockton High and plans to 
attend college in the future. 
With his personality "noble 
Jim" has no problems making 
friends, as Dixit and Tomnrn 
will readily testifv 
Activities: Swim Team 2. 



JOANN NOKE 

63 Lyman Street 
College U 

Joann, an alumna of X rth 

Junior High, makes herself at 

home in S-210; "Jo" is getting 

the experience that will mike 

her a fine secretary Lorraine 

and Anne are confident in their 

little friend's success Luck to 

you in everything. Jo! 

Activities: Glee Club J, 4j Talent 
Show J. 4; Pep Squad :. V I: 
F.T.A. J; S-210 Staff I. 



MICHAEL NORMAN" 
11 Arlington Road 
College II 

Math class rates high with 
this music-minded member of 
WHS. who comes to us from 
South Junior. As frierxls Larry. 
Coleman. and Jeff know. 
"Sevy" likes Chinese food best 
After graduation Mike plans 
to attend Wentworth or North- 
eastern University. 

Activities Rifle Club :. »; Talent 
Show 



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RICHARD NOTTEBART 

22 Orange Street 
College II 

When he isn't playing foot- 
ball, basketball, or baseball, 
"Dick" can be found enjoying 
Mr. Boyd's English class. This 
former South Juniorite is often 
seen in study periods with 
Jack, John, and Bob. Spaghetti 
rates high on Dick's list of 
favorites. Bentley School of Ac- 
counting awaits him after he 
gets his diploma. 



PAUL NOVELLO 
12 Lowell Place 
College II 

"Toby" loves building and 
racing hot rods with Joey, Tom, 
and Linda . . . thinks W.H.S. 
has too many rules . . . fondly 
remembers homeroom periods. 
College is ahead for him. 






BARBARA OATT 
46 College Farm Road 
College I 

This lively redhead will long 
be esteemed as president of the 
Russian Club. Barbara, a mem- 
ber of the National Honor So- 
ciety, likes trig best of all. Go- 
ing out with Louise and Penny 
to get fried clams is her favor- 
ite pastime. The future holds 
a place in college for "Red." 

Activities: Russian Club 4, Pres- 
ident 4; National Honor Society 
4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4. 



CAROL OATLEY 

45 Montview Avenue 
Business — Accounting 

Carol isn't going to forget 
her English classes or the ac- 
tivity periods at W.H.S, "I'm 
crushed" is the familiar cry 
heard by friends Louise, Penny, 
and Nancy. Dancing, records, 
and horse back riding keep the 
"Oatley bug" busy after school. 
Time will tell the path Carol 
takes after graduation. 

Activities: Talent Show 2; Horse- 
back Riding 4. 



WALTER 

THE ELECTRICIAN 

100 Kilowatt Lane 

Wattapolis 

Electronics 

For his devoted and untiring 
dedication to duty and to W.H.S., 
we hereby confer on "Walter the 
Electrician" an honorary diploma. 
Long after closing time this self- 
less public servant was roaming 
our corridors, guided only by 
the public address system. The 
hours were long and the circuits 
short, but Walter came through 
with flying colors, red and white. 
But before closing there is just 
one final message, "Will Walter 
the Electrician please report to 
the main office !" 



CORNELIUS O'BRIEN 
30 Beaver Brook Road 
College II 

Bill, Steve, and Tom are this 
boy's friends . . . Mr. Curry's 
math class and steak rate high 
with him ... an ex-Lexington 
Street Juniorite . . . friendly 
"Neil." Good luck in the serv- 
ice! 



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must not be surprised if its opponents blame 
it for the drought." 

DWIGHT W. MORROW 




DONNA O'BRIEN 
144 Charles Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Homeroom periods and law 
are "Obie's" favorites at 
W.H.S. . . . previously at- 
tended St. Charles High . . . 
likes eating Ranch House ham- 
burgers with Ginnie, "Mo," 
and Rose . . . enjoys dancing, 
horseback riding, and roller 
skating ... in the future — 
cosmetology ! 

Activities: Horseback Riding Club 
4; Glee Club 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Archery 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4. 



CATHERINE O'NEILL 

44 Newton Street 
College I 

"Hi!" shouts smiling "Cathy" 
to all her friends as she rushes 
through the W.H.S. corridors with 
Mary, Linda, and Carol . . . Eng- 
lish rates high on her list of 
favorites . . . hopes to be an 
English teacher after college gradu- 
ation . . . can be found swim- 
ming or reading when not run- 
ning between Latin and French 
Club meetings. "Speedv" Cathy 
. . . complains that she never 
has enough time to finish her 
lunch. 

Activities: Latin Club 2. 3, 4, 
Historian 4; French Club 3, 4,, 
Secretary 4; Pep Squad 2. 3. 4; 
Glee Club 3, 4: Minor Literary 
Staff 4; Mirror Business Staff 4. 




(STEPHEN O'NEILL 

10 Brookway Road 
ICo//^,? // 

When he is not playing 
some sport, a favorite pastime 
of this smiling red-headed sen- 
ior is eating lobster. Chemistry 
classes with Mr. Willette also 
rate high with Steve. College 
and teaching physical educa- 
tion are included in the future 
I plans of "Wise." Friends 
"Frog," Mel, and Kevin know 
I he'll be a success. 

\Activities: Outdoor Track 3. 4; 
Cross Country 4; Football 2; Base- 
t ball 2; Indoor Track 4. 



MARY ORECHIA 
83 Rockridge Road 
Distributive Education 

"Forget it, it's all over!" is 
the favorite saying of smiling 
Mar)-, a former North Junior- 
ite. Along with friends Char- 
Iene, Bruce, and Janet, Mary- 
enjoys pizza and homeroom 
periods at W.H.S. Best of luck 
in the future. Mary. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4; 
Talent Show 2. J, 4; Junior Prorri 
Committee 3; Dramatics Club 2- 
D.E.C.A. 4. 



DANIEL O'REILLY 
13 Plymouth Street 
Honors 

Who at Waltham High 
doesn't know "F.X."? Trusty 
fifty-pound briefcase in hand, 
Danny is off to the nearest 
math class or chess club meet- 
ing, where friends Fred, Dom, 
or Roy can tell you his mind is 
on his future career in math. 
College? B.C., of course! 

Activities Math Club 2. V 4. 
President A: Chess Club 2. J, 4. 
President 4; Russian Club 3. 4; 
German Club 3. 4; Crovs Country 
4. 



PAIL PACITTO 
73 Augustus Ro.ul 
College II 

Friendly and cheerful Paul 
can be seen walking through 
the halls of W.H.S. with 
friends Richard. Phyllis and 
Steve. Paul hopes to attend 
college after graduating from 
W.H.S. Good luck in all you 
do. Paul' 



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"Lad, you took the soul of me.' 
ANGELA MORGAN 



RICHARD PAGLIERANI 
46 Hillcrest Road 
College II 

"What can I say?" ex- 
claims this former Lexington 
Street Juniorite, known to 
friends Bob, Joan, and Paul 
as "Pago." English class with 
Miss Tabor and lobster rate 
tops with "Pago," whose fu- 
ture plans include a college 
education. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 3. 



DOMENIC PATANO 
46 Jenning Road 
College I 



"Dom" is Waltham 
undisputed linguist . . 
from South Junior . . 
Italian ravioli but 
Russian class better, 
he complains about 
crowded conditions, 
enjoys the great department 
heads. Good luck to this fu- 
ture interpreter. 

Activities: Mirror Sports Editoi 
4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 
4; German Club 2, 3, 4. 



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likes hi: 
Althougr 
W.H.S.': 
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ANNE PATTEN 
58 Porter Road 
College I 

After a day at a football 
game or a tennis match, "An- 
nie" likes nothing better than 
an "Awful, awful" from 
Friendly's. "Lookin' good" is 
a favorite expression whether 
in chemistry, homeroom per- 
iods, or just talking with Sue 
and Barb. College is the next 
step for this blonde artist. 
Good luck, Anne! 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Mirror Art 
Staff 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2; Talent Show 2, 4. 



DAVID PATTERSON 
1180 TrapeloRoad 
College II 

"Better to be safe than 
sorry," says "Dave" as he 
rushes to economics class. Pizza 
hits the spot with this former 
Lexington Street Juniorite after 
he has spent the day working 
on cars or participating in 
sports. Friends Skip and 
George tell us that Dave likes 
the wide selection of courses 
offered at W.H.S. and that 
he plans to attend college and 
study to be a mechanical tech- 
nician. 
Activities: Baseball Team 2. 




PATRICIA PATTERSON 
63 Hansen Road 
College II 

"Cut it out!" exclaims "Pat" 
while eating pizza with Judy, 
Ginny, and Cindy. Her green 
eyes light up at the thought of 
her English class. This former 
Lexington Street Juniorite is 
kept busy attending C.Y.A. 
meetings, but she still finds 
time to enjoy her favorite pas- 
time, skating. Good luck in 
nursing school, Pat ! 




ROBERT PATTERSON 

21 Middle Street 
College II 

Hunting, fishing, and bowl- 
ing score a strike for "Pat.' 
Math courses at W.H.S. also 
rate high with brown-haired 
"Pat," as friends Dave, John 
and Butch can verify. After 
graduation from Waltham High 
Pat looks forward to a career 
in the service. 



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ROBERT PAZZANO 

521 Lexington Street 
College I 

"Bob," who comes to us from 

Lexington Street Junior High 

thinks advanced math with Mr. 

Lynch and biology are great 

. . . likes music and fried 

clams. Len and Paul say that 

"Bob" is headed for college 

and then medical school - after 

graduation. Good luck! 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; 

Crimson Key 4; National Honor 

Society 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; 
Debating Club 2. 



DIANE PERGOLA 

173 Charles Street 
College II 

Look for the prettiest, pep- 
piest cheerleader at the foot- 
ball games, and there you'll 
find Diane. A lover of history, 
chemistry, and congo bars, she 
has certainly been busy with 
her school duties. Diane's great 
personality will contribute to 
her becoming a wonderful 
nurse. We join with Mary Ann, 
Christine, and Shirley in wish- 
ing her the best of luck. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3; 
Class Treasurer 3; Student Council 
Secretary 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 
2. 




"This generation of Americans has a rendezvous with des- 
tiny." 

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 





MARY ANN PERGOLA 
173 Charles Street 
College II 

Pretty, dark haired "Twin" 
is one of Waltham High's most 
active students. She can be 
seen running to cheering prac- 
tices with Chris, Diane, and 
Shirley. Popular Mary Ann is 
the Girls' Vice-President of the 
Student Council. After graduat- 
ing, her plans include becom- 
ing an X-Ray technician. Good 
luck, "Twin!" 

Activities: French Club 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Hand Book 
Committee 3, 4; Newspaper 3, 
4; Dramatics Club 2, 3. 4, Treas- 
urer 4. 



NANCY PERRY 
75 Galen Street 
Business — Clerical 

Petite "VC'ink's" eyes sparkle 
at the thought of gym and typ- 
ing at W.H.S. . . . finds ac- 
tivity periods much to her lik- 
ing . . . frowns at the thought 
of major sessions . . . looks 
forward to attending business 
school with Dotty. Fr.inki. and 
Muzzy. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2. 1, I 
Clinic Staff 2: Business 
Staff 2; Talent Show }. 



JANET PETRl'LAVAGE 
45 Rich Street 
College II 

"Per" loves to paint among 

one million other hobbies . . 

asks Peggy. Ellen, and Gail 

"Are you a Larry?" ... re 

members fondly homeroom per 

iods . 

teacher 

Activities: Maroon Squad i; Pep 
Squad 2. 3. 4: Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3, Chairman J. 



plans to be a history 



MAUREEN PHEENEY 
160 Myrtle Street 
Honors 

"Mo" came to us from South 
Junior High. "You'd better believe 
it!" says "Mo" to "Mozzic." 
Judy, and Joan. Her friends tell 
us her favorite subject is biology 
and that she likes the kids and 
the teachers best at Waltham. But 
food at W'.H.S. and dull classes 
really annoy her. Her future plans 
include college and then teaching. 
Activities: Russian Club 3, 4; 
Glee Club 3. 4; Newspaper Staff 
3. 4; Latin Club 2; Language Lab 
Assistant 2. J; Graduation and 
Class rr J; Mirror Lit- 

erary Si Mirror Subscription 

Staff • Representative 4; 

Main Office 4; Talent Show 4. 



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JANET PILICY 

11 Cunningham Circle 

Distributive Education 

Brown-haired "Swifty" ex- 
claims, "Oh well, what can 
you do!" when she sees the 
crowded cafeteria . . . blue 
eyes sparkle at the mention of 
water skiing or bowling . . . 
future plans include college. 
Our best wishes always! 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
2; Dramatics Club 2, 3; D.E.C.A. 
4. 



JANICE PILLA 

40 Pierce Street 
College II 

When it's time for clothing 
class, "Jan" is always the first 
one there. At the 2:30 dis- 
missal bell this ex-South Jun- 
iorite is off to go bowling with 
Lee and Al. We all wish "Jan" 
the best in her career as a fash- 
ion designer! 





RICHARD PINTABONA 

1480 Main Street 
College II 

An ex-North Juniorite, 
"Bone" is .happiest working on 
cars with Fred and Dave. The 
day before vacation always 
finds his eyes shining. Our sa- 
lute to this future sailor. 



ARTHUR PIPER 

62 Taylor Street 
College II 

Basketball co-captain "Artie" 
enjoys trigonometry and bowl- 
ing with Krini, Fred, and Ken. 
This former South Juniorite 
enjoys The Waltham High 
"Brownies" the most and plans 
to attend college at Slippery 
Rock. Good luck, Artie! 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3. 



STEPHEN PITTORINO 

25 Mt. Pleasant Street 
College II 

Fun-loving "Pitt" is a North 
Junior alumnus . . . eagerly 
looks forward to his math 
classes and the dismissal bell 
. . . enjoys eating ravioli and 
pizza with his friends Pam, 
Skip and Jerry . . . eyes a 
teaching career in the future. 



GENE POLOWER 

1105 Lexington Street 
Honors 

"Genie" comes to us from 
Elizabeth, N.J., and thinks the 
friendly atmosphere and French 
and Latin classes at W.H.S. are 
really great. She enjoys singing 
and piano playing when not 
chatting with Elaine, Pat, and 
Paula. Future plans include a 
teaching career after gradua- 
tion from Jackson College. 

Activities: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff 
4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 
3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 



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" . . . Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses 
yearning to breathe free, . . . I lift my lamp beside the 
Golden Door." 




MAUREEN POMERLEAU 
11 Pine Hill Circle 
College II 

"Gee willikers!" Maureen 
cries to Perry, Louise, and Mau- 
reen as she rushes to English, 
her favorite subject. Her 
friends say that the kids, 
teachers, and activities rate 
high with Maureen. Though 
her hobby is cooking, food is 
one of the things she likes 
least at Waltham High. Mau- 
reen's future plans include a 
college education. 

Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4; Pep Squad 2; French 
Club 2. 



CLAUDE PRESSEAU 
135 Fulton Street 
College 11 

Our Canadian friend 
"Smokey" enjoys working on 
Fords and building custom 
models. Often, when he gets 
the urge to move, he says, 
"Heh, Gerry, let's go down 
to Harvard Square." Smokey's 
only grievances against W.H.S. 
are the one-way traffic and the 
blue slips. "Bonne chance," 
"Smokey" in your plans for a 
career in civil engineering. 




LYNDA PROCTOR 

122 Riverview Avenue 
Business — Accounting 

"How about that?" exclaims 
Lynda, when friends, Judy, Car- 
ol, and Sandi tell her the 
latest news on Waltham High's 
lunch program in their five 
minute discussions between 
classes. After completing courses 
at Bay State Academy, Lynda 
hopes to become a secretary. 
"How about that?" 

Activities: Library Council 4, Exec- 
utive Committee 4; Pep Squad 
2. 3, 4; Main Office Staff 4; Glee 
Club 3; Weather Club 2. 



PAUL PROIA 
24 Yetten Terrace 
Technical 

When Paul takes time out 
from his tech course studies, 
friends John, Billy, and Dick 
talk to him about his favorite 
hobbies: guns, hunting, and 
swimming. Wavy-haired Paul 
likes the teachers at W.H.S. 
and plans to meet quite a few 
more teachers as he goes on 
to college. 

Anilities: Track 2; Rifle Club 2. 



CRAIG PROPHET 
28 Mokema Avenue 
College I 

"Our track and cross-country 

teams wouldn't be the same 

without their able captain 

"Bert." Bill. Don. and Tom 

tell us that this art and music 

lover also likes German and 

extracurricular activities. After 

graduation he hopes to enter 

Alfred University. Goixl luck. 

"Bert." 

Activities: Track and < 
Country 2. J, 4, Captain 4, Senior 
Play and Talent Show 2. }, 4, 
Director 4; German Club 2. 4; 
Band 2. 3, 4; Audio-Visual Staff 
2. 



PHYLLIS QUIRK 
124 Willow Street 
College II 

"How's tricks?" asks "Phyl " 
of friends Barbara. Rosemary 
and Paul As English is her 
favorite subject, her letter- 
writing hobby is only logical. 
This popular ex-South Junior- 
he plans on college in the fall. 
Good luck. "Phyl"! 

Activities: Red Cross Represent- 
ative 2. Pep Squad 2; Main Of- 
fice Staff 4; Talent Show- 
Junior Prom Committee 



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"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." 
FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT 



LILLIAN RASCHELLA 

178 Copeland Street 
College II 

This brown-haired beauty, 
who hails from Lexington Street 
Junior High, enjoys science 
classes at Waltham High with 
Mr. Perkins. Her friends Jan- 
ice, Ann, and Al reply to her 
cheery "What can I say?" that 
surely she will have a success- 
ful future as a hairdresser. 

Activities: Senior Prom Decorat- 
ing Committee 3; Junior Prom 
Decorating Committee 2, 3. 



ELAINE RESNIKOFF 
226 Beal Road 
College I 

If she's not dancing or go- 
ing to football games, Elaine is 
happiest eating hamburgers 
with Mary and Genie. This ac- 
tive ex-North Juniorite looks 
forward to college but knows 
she will miss the German Club 
meetings at W.H.S. 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; French Club 2, 
3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Open 
House Usher 4. 




DOROTHY REYNOLDS 

204 Harrington Road 
Business — Clerical 

Blonde, hazel eyes . . . called 
"Blondie" by friends Nancy, 
Jack, and Muzzy . . . loves ac- 
tivity periods and classes in 
business machines . . . peppy 
senior . . . hopes to attend 
business school after graduation 
from W.H.S. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Clinic Staff 2; Business Office 
Staff 2. 



ROYAL RHODES 

75 Potter Road 
Honors 

Talks with Miss Hogan rate 
an A with Roy . . . enjoys 
eating egg foo young with Ron, 
Dan, Mike and Paul ... ac- 
tive in many school and church 
organizations . . . can be heard 
remarking "Numquam est qui 
ubique est." College is in the 
future of this intellectual sen- 
ior. 

Activities: Debating Club 2, 3. 
4, Treasurer 3, Co-President 4; 
Mirror Representative 3; Mirror 
Literary Editor 4; Newspaper Staff 
3, 4; Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Crim- 
son Key 4. 



CLAIRE RICHARD 

28 Moore Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Emily, Gail, and Antoinette 
all know that ambitious Claire 
has her eyes set on a career as 
a secretary. This blue-eyed ex- 
South Juniorite is happiest 
when she hears the click of 
knitting needles. Best of luck, 
Claire ! 



PETER RICHARDSON 
162 Seminole Avenue 
College I 

Happy-go-lucky "Banger" is 
often seen rushing to his fa- 
vorite class, math. "Red," "Da- 
kota," and "Mouse" tell us 
that Pete likes to eat pistachio 
nuts. In his leisure time Pete 
skillfully builds model ships. 
College or a military career 
awaits this amiable senior. 



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CARL^RIGOLI 

248 Seminole Avenue 
Distributive Education 

College-bound "Chuck" is 
pleased with everything about 
Waltham High and dislikes 
nothing. He is usually seen 
with Allen, Rich, and Sal. 
Chuck's hobby is collecting 
(stamps. His favorite food is 
steak. Good luck in the future, 
Chuck. 
Activities: Basketball 2. 



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CAROLYN RITCEY 
71 Lunda Street 
College I 

With tennis, skiing, and 

horseback riding as hobbies 

it is easy to surmise that 

"Fritz's" favorite subject is 

gym. Eleanor, Debby, and 

"Leg's" agree that bomb scares 

in cold weather are strictly 

taboo! Carolyn plans to further 

her education in college. 

Activities: Horseback Riding Club 
Latin Club 2; French Club 2, 3 
Pep Squad 2; Mirror Staff 4; 
Mirror Homeroom Representative 
4; Dramatics Club 2. 



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"A new deal for the American people. 
FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT 




ANNE ROBBINS 
26 Lexington Terrace 
Distributive Education 

"Mousy" comes to us from 
North Junior High. She es- 
pecially loves dancing; spa- 
ghetti and meatballs is the fa- 
vorite dish of petite "Mousy." 
Lucille, Pauline, and Ginny 
agree that she will enjoy re- 
tailing school and will later 
success. 



become a big 

Activities: Pep 
Talent Show 2 
4; Homeroom 



Squad 2, 3. 4; 

3. 4; D.E.C.A. 

Representative 4; 



WILLIAM ROGERSON 
78 Beal Road 
College II 

This college-bound senior 

comes to us from Lexington 

St. Junior High. "Bill," as he 

is called by friends Monk, Skip, 

and Ken, enjoys tinkering with 

cars. Algebra class rates high 

with this popular senior. Good 

luck in the future, Bill! 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 4; 
Weather Club 2; Football Team 
2. 



Senior Prom Committee 4. 



WILLIAM ROMANIECKI 
23 Whittier Avenue 
College I 

Musical Bill, a former Lex- 
ington Street Juniorite, is a 
member of our W.H.S. band. 
"Foci," "Fifi," and Don keep 
"Lump" company both in 
school and out as he plays 
chess and studies music and 
astronomy. Blue-eyed Bill also 
loves chocolate pudding and 
plans to be a doctor of astron- 
omy after college. 

Activities: Chess Club 3, •(; Band 
2, i, 4; Glee Club J, I; Weather 

Club 2; Science Seminar 2; Talent 
Show s. 



JOHN RfMSON 
43 Lakeview Terrace 
College II 

"Don't worry. He'll pass 
you!" says "Rump" to friends, 
Jimmy. "Gobbi." and Barry. 
This senior from Lexington 
Street Junior High likes all the 
fun that he has had at W.H S 
His future plans are topped 
by a term in the service. 



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KEVIN RYAN 
55 Chester Lane 
College I 

Athletic "Kev" comes to us 

from Lexington Street Junior 

High. He can often be seen 

playing baseball with Mel. 

Artie, or Ron. Eating lamb 

brings a sparkle to his eyes. 

According to Kev. all sports 

and democracy classes are 

"great" at W.H.S. He hopes 

to go on to college. Best of 

luck. 

Activities: Football Team -! ; Base- 
ball Team 3, 4. 



ALLEN RYBERG 
3 Woodlawn Avenue 
College I 

"Hello dere," says brown- 
haired, brown-eyed Al. He 
comes to W.H.S. from both 
South Junior and Lexington 
Street Junior High. Bill, Jim, 
and Rick all agree that gym 
rates high with Al. College 
is in the future plans of this 
ambitious senior. 
Activities: Baseball Team 3. 





ROBERT ST. GERMAIN 
136 Candace Avenue 
College II 

Likable Bob comes to W.H.S. 

from North Junior High. He 

enjoys weight lifting, pocket 

billiards, and girls. Larry, Dick, 

and Warren tell us that Bob 

hopes to attend Bentley College 

of Accounting after graduation. 

Good luck in the future, Bob! 

Activities: Baseball Team 2; Red 
Cross Representative 2; French 
Club 2, 3; Maroon Squad 2. 



ALFRED ST. JOHN 
182 Florence Road 
College II 

"Fred" comes to W.H.S. 
from Sidney, Nebraska, and 
Chitose School in Japan. Trig 
classes with Mr. Fitzgerald rate 
high with this ambitious sen- 
ior. He hopes for a career in 
biology, but the college of his 
choice is indefinite as yet. Best 
of luck always! 



CAROL SALAMONE 
60 Harland Road 
College I 

Best friend's Diane, Pauline, 
and Barbara say former North 
Juniorite €arol really craves 
lasagna . . . likes courses of- 
fered at W.H.S., especially 
Russian, and chorus ... fu- 
ture plans include college, 
where she hopes to study dra- 
matics. 

Activities: Russian Club 4; Dra- 
matics Club 4; Senior Play 4; 
Latin Club 2; Talent Show 4; 
Main Office Staff 4; Glee Club 
4; Mirror Staff 4. 



CAROL SALAMONE 
305 Crescent Street 
Business — Accounting 

"Sal" likes lunch-time best 

when this dark-eyed beauty can 

often be seen munching Italian 

food with Joan and Kathy . . . 

keeps trim by bowling . . . 

plans a career as an I.B.M. 

operator. Best of luck, "Sal"! 

Activities: Senior Prom Committee 
4. 



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JAMES SANDISON 
87 Kingston Road 
College II 

"Skip" is usually found chat- 
ting with his friends Donna. 
Dave, and Butch. He says that 
he likes lunch best at W.H.S.. 
but we know that he also en- 
joys trig classes. Good luck in 
your college plans, "Skip" ! 
Activities: Baseball 2. 4; Track 4. 



"A day that will live forever in infamy. 
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 



ROBERT SANTORO 
1151 Trapelo Road 
College I 

Bob, a good-looking "Brain." 
admires his competent language 
teachers here. He loves study- 
ing Latin, collecting classical 
music, and playing chess. His 
friends Chuck, Mike, and Alan 
say that Bob wants a college 
education and then a position 
teaching languages. 

Activities: Chess Club 3, Vice- 
President 3; Latin Club 2, 3. 4; 
Glee Club 3. 




JOAN SCALESE 
124 Farnum Road 
Business — Clerical 

A former North Juniorite. 
"Jo" most enjoys her history 
class and working for Mrs. 
Hughes in the main office. 
After school she can be found 
with Phyllis, Mike, and Arie 
eating pizza or horseback rid- 
ing. To work as a secretary is 
Joan's future goal. 

Activities. Talent Show 3, 4; 
Prom Committees 3, 4. 



JANE SCANLON 
84 Hawthorne Road 
College II 

"Let's go to Worcester!" 
yells brown-haired Janey to 
Sherm, Suzanne, and Julia. 
Peppy Janey is an active mem- 
ber of the pep squad. When 
not at football games, she un- 
doubtedly is either bowling or 
knitting. Janey looks forward 
to college in the fall. 

Activities: Intramural Club 2; Lat- 
in Club 2; Main Office Staff 4; 
Glee Club 2; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 4. 



DONNA SCHAUFUS 

72 Mallard Way 
Honors 

"Unbelievable!" shouts 
Donna, as she cheers the 
WHS. football team to vic- 
tory. English is a favorite with 
this college-bound senior. In 
her spare time. Donna can be 
found eating mocha-almond ice 
cream with Arlene, Sally, and 
Jeanne. Best of luck. Donna! 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; German 
Club 3. 4; Maroon Squad 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3: Class Vice- 
President 3; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 4; Latin Club 2; Pep 
Squad 2, 3. 



PAUL SCHFAVONT 
618 Worcester Street 
Natick 

Vocational — Auto Bod) 

Active Paul comes to us from 
Meadowbrook Junior High . . . 
spaghetti and math class both 
score tops . . . hunting and 
auto racing are favorite pas- 
times . . . Tony, Tommy, and 
Bobby are best friends . . . 
plans a career in the auto body- 
profession. 



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Loan!" 

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ROSALIE SCIFO 

76-6 Garden Circle 
College II 

Smiling "Rosey" likes al- 
most everything at W.H.S., es- 
pecially English. She often ex- 
claims, "What a riot!" while 
eating lasagna with Eleanor. 
Ann. and Debbie. College is in 
the coming years for this for- 
mer North Juniorite. Good 
luck, "Ro"! 

Activities: Senior House Staff 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Mirror 
Clerical Staff 4; Senior Play Usher- 
ette 4; Clinic Staff 4; Pep Squad 
3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Weather 
Club 3; Talent Show 4; Senior 
Prom Committee 4. 



NICHOLAS SEMENZA 
190 Totten Pond Road 
College II 

"Nick," an ex-South-Junior- 

ite, enjoys gym classes with 

friends "Buzz" Jim, and 

"Mouse." Spaghetti, girls, and 

the dismissal bell rate high 

with this fun-loving senior. 

After graduation he hopes to 

attend college. Good luck, 

Nick! 

Activities: Language Lab Assistant 
2; Weather Club 2; Football 3; 
Rifle Club 2; Scuba Diving 3. 




ROBERT SENIOR 
12 Brown Street 
Vocational — Drafting 

"You don't know, do you?" 

quips bright-eyed "Sebo" to 

anyone who asks if he likes 

meatball subs. Pal Dave will 

tell you that cars really enthuse 

this former South Juniorite. 

The government might do a 

little drafting of its own when 

Bob enters the Navy. 

Activities: Mirror Department Rep- 
resentative 3. 4; Mirror Art Staff 
4; Scuba Diving 3, 4. 



EDWARD SEYMORE 
157 School Street 
College II 

Some people might think 
that taxidermy is an odd hobby 
but not "Sey." He also likes 
physics and roast pork. After 
graduation Robert and Rick tell 
us that it is off to the Air Force 
for "Sey." Good luck! 



GREGORY SHADY 
34 Old Lexington Road 
College I 

Friendly, lively, Greg finds 
gym, extracurricular activities, 
and sports his favorites at 
W.H.S. When out of school he 
enjoys weight lifting, cars and 
fishing with Steve, Steve, and 
Bob. College or the service are 
in the near future for this 
W.H.S. senior. 
Activities: Track 3. 



DIANE SHAW 

90 Ravenswood Road 

College I 

English class is a favorite 
with brown-eyed Diane . . . 
can be seen eating roast beef 
with Cathy, Gail and Anne 
when not playing the piano 
. . . this former North Junior- 
ite will surely meet with suc- 
cess at college. 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff 
4; Main Office Staff 4; Glee Club 
3, 4; Talent Show 3; Pep Squad 
2, 3. 



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LOUISE SHAW 
329 Lincoln Street 
College II 

Math rates high with Louise 
as does eating spaghetti with 
Penny and Barbara. This 
green-eyed blonde looks for- 
ward to a career in nursing. 
Best of luck, Louise. 



MICHAEL SHAW 

45 Braemore Road 
College II 

Blue-eyed "Mike" finds ac- 
tivity period a favorite at 
W.H.S. As Steve, Joan, and 
Jon know, cars and hunting 
are "wild" in Mike's estima- 
tion. The Boys' Club is where 
you can often find this senior. 
Mike's future plans include the 
military service. 
Activities: Football 2, 4. 




"We must be the great arsenal of democracy. 
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 




WILLIAM SHAW 
630 Trapelo Road 
College I 

"Fake it!" says this auto- 
mobile fan from Lexington 
Street Junior High. Al, Greg, 
and Skip tell us senior teachers 
and homeroom period rate high 
with Bill. This friendly senior 
plans to attend college after 
graduation. Best of luck to you 
in the future, Hill. 



KENNETH SHEA 

276 Florence Road 
College II 

"Kenny" hails from St. 
Mary's . . . stars on football 
team . . . happiest when eating 
pizza with Rollie and Ben . . . 
English rates high at W.H.S. 
. . . future finds him at col- 
lege. Good luck, Kenny! 

Activities: Football 4; Baseball 
3. 4. 



WILLIAM SHEEHEY 

28 Orchid Avenue 
College II 

"Whataya say!" is a fa- 
miliar phrase to Bill's friends. 
Bob, Rich, and "Stasc." Pool 
and rifle shooting are popular 
with this senior, who comes 
to W.H.S. from St. Columb- 
kille's. Bill plans to enter the 
service after graduation. 



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CAROL SHEDD 
15 Charles Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Carol likes the senior class 
and football rallies . . . dis- 
likes the often complicated 
corridor traffic rules . . . fre- 
quently exclaims, "Oh well, 
that's life" to Shirley and Bev 
. . . letter writing', waterski- 
ing, and horseback riding fill 
her spare time. Carol's ambi- 
tion is to become a private 
secretary. 

Acthilhti Student Council i; 
Pep Squad 2. J, 4; Prom Com 
mittccs 2. |, 4; Mirror Business 
Staff 4; Talent Show 2, 4; Red 
Cross Representative 2, 3, 4; Busi- 
ness Office Staff 4. 



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GAIL SHERWOOD 

75 Orange Street 
College I 

"Mopsy" can usually be 
found playing records with 
"Starch," Sally, and Sue. This 
blue-eyed senior comes to us 
from St. Charles High. At 
W.H.S. she enjoys math classes 
but thinks there's room for im- 
provement in the sometimes 
crowded cafeteria. "Mopsy" is 
now looking forward to col- 
lege. 

Activities: National Honor So- 
ciety 3; Youth Council 2; English 
Office Staff 4. 



JOAN SHIRLEY 

190 Robbins Street 
Honors 

Popular "Joanie," a blue- 
eyed blonde, loves the kids and 
everything about W.H.S. ex- 
cept the passing rules. With 
Mary, Maureen, and Rosie she 
can often be found munching 
an apple or hamburgers. Future 
plans aim at college. Good 
luck, Joanie. 

Activities: Glee Club 3, 4; Rus- 
sian Club 4, Secretary 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 4; Newspaper Staff 4: 
Language Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4. 








SANDRA SICKLES 
197 Linden Street 
College II 

Short, dark-haired "Sandee" 
hails from North Junior . . . 
enjoys W.H.S. rallies but not 
the crowded lunches . . . friends 
Jean, Annie, and Dianne agree 
that Sandee will be a wonderful 
nurse. 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff 
4; Senior Play 4; Pep Squad 4; 
Weather Club 2; French Club 4. 



JUDITH SICOTTE 

39 Myrtle Street 
College I 

Another alumna of South 
Junior High, "Judy" can often 
be found eating chocolate cream 
pie with Maureen, Pauline, 
and Paula. When not doing 
homework for Mr. Distel, Judy 
is often participating in our 
girls' sports. We look forward 
to seeing Judy as an x-ray tech- 
nician. 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3; Pep Squad 2; 
Glee Club 3. 4; Girls' Sports 2, 
3, 4. 



SANDRA SICOTTE 

40 Prospect Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"Forget it!" says Sandy when 
someone mentions cafeteria 
lunches . . . lobster is among 
her favorites . . . enjoys 
W.H.S. study and activity 
periods . . . hobbies include 
bowling, horseback riding, and 
skating . . . usually seen with 
Doris, Carol, and Bev . . . 
hopes to become a secretary 
after graduation. 

Activities: Red Cross Representative 

2, 3. 



JAMES SINERATE 
31 Clinton Street 
College II 

Jim spends his time tinker- 
ing with cars with Barry and 
"Rump." His favorite say- 
ing is "Keep it to your sneak- 
ers." Bentley College is 
in his future. We wish you 
success, "Jim" ! 
Activities: Football Team 3. 



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MARILYN SLOET 
745. South Street 
Distributive Education 

"Good grief," exclaims Mar- 
ilyn to friends Pat and Carol. 
She brightens at the mention 
of cherry tarts and horseback 
riding. An A+ rating goes to 
history class at W.H.S. Mari- 
lyn sees college in her future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; 
D.E.C.A. 4. 



. . The American people in their righteous might will 
pin through to absolute victory." 

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 



HARVEY SMITH 
880 Moody Street 
Vocational — Punting 

"Your life is what you make 
it," says "Smithy," philosoph- 
izing for a moment to "T.C.." 
"Jake," and "Bill Bailey." 
Math is the favorite academic 
activity while cars are import- 
ant in the extracurricular field. 
The stars foretell prep school 
and a two year college for this 
shining senior. 

Activities: Ring Committee 4; Class 
Treasurer 4. 




ALEXANDER SOMERS 

7-5 Lyman Street 
ollege II 

Hailing from Springhill 

ligh School, Nova Scotia, a 

iendly Al tells us he enjoys 

le variety of subjects at 

C.H.S., as well as swimming, 

ricket, and skating. Mount 

llison University in Canada 

the goal of this future history 

acher. We wish you the best, 

1! 






LILLIAN SOUCEY 

17 Castle Street 
College II 

"Lil" loves to ice skate, 
swim, and play tennis, es- 
pecially with Louise, Penny, 
and Pat . . . favorite saying is 
"Drop dead" . . . plans to 
enter nursing school. Our best 
wishes, "Lil." 



ELEANOR SPAILDING 
97 Villa Street 
Business — Stenographic 

Vivacious "Ellie" can be 
seen every Saturday during the 
football season twirling her ba- 
ton in front of the band. Eng- 
lish class and activity periods 
are a joy for this business course 
senior as is being with Sherry. 
Rosem.'.ry. and Linda. Good 
luck, Ellie, with your future 
plans as a secretary or airline 
stewardess ! 

Activities: Baton Twirlcr 2. 3. 4; 
Band 2. 3, 4; Mirror Clerical Staff 
4; English Office Staff 4, Red 
Cross Representative 2. 



ROBERT STAN I I Y 
Lowell Road. Concord 
Vocational — II 

Getting up early to be on 
time would be easy for "Stan 
if the cafe were featuring an 
inch and a half steak Ste\e and 
Ronnie will tell you that scuba 
diving and weight lifting are 
favorite pastimes for this sen- 
ior. Some branch of the service 
is in sight for Bob. 

Aclirhit Newspaper Stiff 2. 
Scuba Diving J, 



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"The atoms of Democritus 
And Newton's particles of light 
Are sands upon the Red Sea shore 
Where Israel's tents do shine so bright." 

WILLIAM BLAKE 




ANN STARCK 
93 Claremont Street 
College II 

"Annie's" favorite subject is 
typing . . likes eating straw- 
berry awful-awfuls and saying 
"I'll never tell" . . . hobby is 
"bombing around" with Brat, 
Deb, and Boo . . . enjoys foot- 
ball games and fire drills most 
. . . plans to go into secretarial 
work. 

Activities: Talent Show 2. 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 
4; French Club 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3. 



EDWIN STASCAVAGE 

93 Cherry Street 
College II 

Blue-eyed "Stasc," a former 
South Juniorite, can always be 
found playing cards or eating 
pizza with his friends Jackie, 
Froggie, and Kelly. Gym rates 
high on this senior's list of 
favorite classes. The military 
service is in store after grad- 
uation. Good luck, Eddie! 




DIANE STASKUS 
37 Cedar Hill Lane 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Friendly "Di" comes to 
W.H.S. from West Junior 
High in Watertown. Leslie, Ka- 
ren, and Laurie say she likes 
activity periods best at W.H.S. 
Italian food is high on her list 
of favorites. This senior is 
bound for business school after 
graduation. Good luck, "Di" ! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4. 



GAIL STEMPSON 

134 Russell Street 
College I 

Gail, a pretty blue-eyed 
blonde, spends most of her 
time managing the victorious 
track team. She is often seen 
walking to physics class with 
Anne, Chris, and Diane. Al- 
though she dislikes the one way 
traffic at W.H.S., Gail has 
enjoyed her three years here. 
After graduation she hopes to 
become a nurse. 

Activities: Track Team Manager 
2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Chorus 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 
4, Choral Director 4; Mirror Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, 3. 



FREDERICK STENQUIST 

321 Weston Street 
College II 

"Freddie" loves to ponder 
abstract art with his buddies, 
"Artie," "Bone," and Dave 
. . . favorite saying is "Haz- 
habah" . . . likes gym classes 
best . . . plans to go to B.U. 
and major in psychology. 
Activities: Mirror Art Staff 2. 



CYNTHIA STEWART 

5 Whittier Avenue 
Business — Stenographic 



Cindy 



is a promising ster 



ographer who wishes to 

tend Chandler after graduatior 

Her friends Gerry and Sane 

agree that this busy senior love 

lobster and enjoys her Engl is 

classes at W.H.S. Success 

sure to be hers. 

Activities: Mirror Literary Sta 
4; Mirror Business Staff 3; Seni< 
Prom Committee 4; National Hoi 
or Society 3. 4; Pep Squad 2, 
4; Business Office Staff 3. 



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Alan's favorite hobby is read- 

ling . . . best pals are Dick, 

Bob, and Bruce . . . favorite 

memory: Mr. Lynch . . . plans 

to become a beautician. It's 

easy to read success in Alan's 

future. 

[Activities: Talent Show 4, Chore- 
ographer 4. 



ROBERT STONE 

35 Copeland Street 
College 11 

"If you're lucky," you know 

"Bob," a lobster-loving senior 

from Lexington Street Junior 

High. English and eating are 

among his favorites. Roger and 

"Pago" agree that he has a 

bright future at college, where 

he plans to be a law major. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Student 
Go\ernment Exchange Committee 
3. 




"They respect the right of all people to choose the form 
of government under which they will live." 

ATLANTIC CHARTER 




CHRISTINE STRAGGAS 

75 Maple Street 
{College I 

Chris is probably the busiest 
girl at W.H.S. She is pres- 
ident of the senior class and 
co-editor of the Mirror. "Never 
Jsay die!" is a familiar phrase 
to her friends, Nancy, Judy, 
and Gail. Her future plans in- 
clude attending Northeastern 
Jind becoming a medical tech- 
Inician. 

tActivities: Mirror 2, 3, 4, Co- 
liditor 4; Homeroom Representative 
!, 3; Class President 4; Latin 
Hub 2; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 



JUDITH STREITMATER 

1 5 Gardner Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Petite and popular "Blondie" 
looks forward to dancing and 
listening to records during after 
school hours. This ex-South 
Juniorite enjoys eating pizza 
and French-fries with friends 
Janet, Sue and Kathy. We wish 
her success in her plans to be- 
come a beautician. 

Activities: Cafeteria Staff 4; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Weather Club 2; 
Girls' Sports 3; Pep Squad 4. 



JUDITH STREMECKUS 
101 Stow Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"I just might'" exclaims 
"Smiley" to friends Sharon. 
Carol, and Mai on the way to 
a W.H.S. rally. Those crazy 
talent show rehearsals will 
never be forgotten by this fu- 
ture secretary. We know she'll 
be a success in whatever she 
does. 

Activities: Talent Show 2. 3, 
Senior Prom Committee 4; Pep 
Squad 3. 



RUTH SUMNER 
16 Cutter Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"What can I say?" says 

blonde, blue-eyed "Ras." Pris- 
cilia. Judy, and Glenda can tell 
you that Miss Hogarty's secre- 
tarial duties class and activity 
periods rate high on Ruth's 
list of favorites at WHS This 
former South Juniorite plans 
to be a stenographer in the 
future. Best of luck. "R.in '" 

A>tmt!c< Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Archerv 2. Graduation T_*sher 
3. 



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FRANCIS SURETTE 

62 Lyman Street 

Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

Lobsters and clams have to 
be on the menu when Frank's 
around . . . pals Charlie, Larry, 
Barney agree that theory is a 
favorite class . . . fondest mem- 
ory is shop week . . . immed- 
iate plans include employment 
as a truck mechanic. Best wishes 
always ! 



SIMONE SURETTE 
59 Pine Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

"Sam" is often seen with 
her friends Pat, Cheryl, and 
Margie enjoying her favorite 
pastime, bowling. She partic- 
ularly enjoys typing and ac- 
tivity period's. We wish this 
ex-South Juniorite the best of 
luck in business school. 

Activities: Glee Club 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4. 






PRISCILLA SWEENEY 
20 Sioux Avenue 
College II 

"That's O.K.," shouts 
"Penny" to her friends Louise, 
Barbara, and Nancy as they 
dance the night away. As vice- 
president of the knitting club 
and a member of the C.Y.O. 
she is kept busy in her spare 
moments. I.B.M. school and 
success lie ahead for "Penny." 

Activities: Senior Prom Committee 
4; Pep Squad 2. 3; Knitting Club 
i. Vice-President -i. 



MICHAEL SZPAK 
310 B River Street 
College I 

"Sixpak" enjoys eating kiel- 
basa . . . hobbies are steam 
engineering and rose growing 
. . . favorite subject is chem- 
istry . . . likes saying "If you 
don't die right, you're dead 
wrong" . . . best friends are 
Roy, John, and Dick . . . likes 
lunch most and location of 
school least about W.H.S. 
. . . sees college in future plans. 

Activities: Debating Club 2, 3, 

4, Corresponding Secretary, 2, 3. 

4; International Relations Club 3; 
Latin Club 2; Chess Club 2. 



CAROL TABORSAK 
152 Robbins Street 

Business — Stenographic 

This future private secretary 

will always remember the fun 

she had at W.H.S. with her 

friends Donna, Pat, and 

"Muzzy." Fun-loving "Tabby," 

who enjoys dancing, loves 

Chinese food most of all. Best 

of luck in the future from 

W.H.S.! 

Activities: Mirror Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 2; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Girls' Sports 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 3, 

4. 



JOSEPH TARANTO 
156 Bright Street 
College II 

"Read-Runner's" favorite 

subject is English . . . likes 
eating hamburgers and French 
fries with best friends Fal-Fal, 
Van, and Tom . . . favorite say- 
ing is "Have an eclair" . . . 
likes Mr. Lynch most and the 
rules least about W.H.S. . . . 
future plans include college. 
Activities: Football 3, 4. 



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LINDA TAYLOR 
1 2 Rockridge Road 
College II 

"Lynn" came to W.H.'S. 
from Holbrook High but soon 
got into the swing of things. 
She enjoys gym classes and 
eating Italian food with friends 
Ellie, Bonnie, and Judy. Busi- 
ness school and loads of suc- 
cess lie ahead for Lynn. 



"The Negro baby born in America today . . . has about 
one-half as much chance of completing high school as a 
white baby born in the same place on the same day." 

JOHN F. KENNEDY 



WILLIAM THERIAULT 

11 Wellington Street 
Honors 

Blue-eyed "Bill" enjoys 
stamp collecting and eating 
steak "or a reasonable fac- 
simile thereof" . . . best 
friends are John, Bill and 
Dick . . . favorite subject is 
biology . . . dislikes daily no- 
tices . . . plans to enter field 
of medicine. 

Activities: Latin Club Treasurer 
3; Chess Club 2; Biology Lab 
Assistant 3. 




ANNE THIBEAULT 
37 Temple Road 
ollege II 

Nursing school awaits this former 
;xington Street Juniorite. Al- 
ough she is kept busy attend- 
g Our Lady's C.Y.O. meetings, 
e still finds time to cheer at 
otball games and rallies with 
onna, Sally, and Susan. Mr. 
Brien's class and cafeteria are 
nusts" in her daily activities. 
:r hazel eyes light up at the 
ought of geometry class and 
ilian style veal cutlets. Best of 
ck, Jeanne. 

■tivities: Pep Squad 2, 3. 4; 
.lent Show 2, 4; Weather Club 
Mr. Morang's Staff 4; Mirror 
>meroom Representative 4. 



GLENDA THOMPSON 

98 Cedar Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Friendly "Glen" loves music 

in her spare time. This future 

clerk typist enjoys eating Italian 

food with Joan, Marsha, and 

Ruth Ann. This amiable lass 

will really miss business law 

class. Best of luck, "Glen," in 

all you do after graduation! 

Activities: Library Council 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3; Pep Squad 2, 4. 



ROBERT TILDSLEY 

72 Beaver Street 
College II 

"Bob" enjoys abstract art as 
a hobby . . . favorite subject 
is English . . . enjoys eating 
steak . . . best friends are Rick. 
Chip and Brad . . . likes activ- 
ity periods most and classes 
least about W.H.S. . . . plans 
to attend Wentworth Institute. 
Activities: Weather Club 2. 



ALAN TEICHMAN 
1840 Trapelo Road 
College I 

Red-headed "Winky" enjoys 
skiing, sports cars, and pho- 
tography . . . favorite subject 
is German . . . eats almost 
anything . . . compatriots are 
Steve, Rock, and Wayne . . . 
likes vacations most and home- 
work least about WHS. . . . 
plans to attend college. 

Activities: German Club >, i; 
Ski Club 3. 4; Crimson Key 4; 
B.C. Computer Class J, 



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His young limbs from the chains that round him press. 

BRYANT 



JOAN TIERNEY 

31 Lawrence Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"Don't do me any favors!" says 
"Joannie" while cooking lasagna 
for Pag, Sharon, and Carol. Her 
eyes light up at the thought of 
English class with Mrs. Bowman. 
This former Lexington Street Jun- 
iorite can often be seen rushing 
to Library Council meetings. Joan- 
nie's future plans include attending 
Massachusetts Bay Community Col- 
lege. 

Activities: Library Council 3, 4, 
Executive Board 4; Business Of- 
fice Staff 3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2; Mirror Clerical Staff 
4. 



PAULA TIERNEY 
41 Dix Street 
College I 

Paula's eyes light up at t 

thought of coffee frappes a: 

German classes. Most of b 

time is spent at football gam 

and club meetings with Ma 

reen and Wally. "Really!" sa 

petite Paula as she rushes fro 

German Club to Latin Ch 

meetings. Paula's future pla 

include attending a collegia 

school of nursing. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 
Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Glee CI 
3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Stude 
Council Representative 4. 




STEVEN TRUDEAU 
11 Roberts Road 
College II 

Friendly "Steve" can be 
heard exchanging messages 
over the air waves with Vic, 
Gordon, and Joe. Amateur ra- 
dio operating and the audio- 
visual staff take up most of 
his time. His plans consist of 
attending college to become 
an electrical engineer. Best of 
luck, Steve! 

Activities: Audio Visual Staff 2, 
3, 4, Co-president 4; Data Pro- 
cessing 3, 4; Talent Show 4; 
Senior Play 4. 



STEPHEN TUMMINELLI 
49 Albert Street 
Honors 

Hazel-eyed Steve enjoys pool 
as a hobby . . . favorite sub- 
ject is math . . . likes eating 
sub sandwiches with best 
friends Winky, Goody, and 
Snake . . . likes fire drills . . . 
dislikes homework . . . plans 
include college. 

Activities: Crimson Key 4; B.C. 

Computer Class 3, 4; Math Club 

4, Vice-President 4; Science Sem- 
inar 2. 



EDWARD TUPLING 
302 Florence Road 
College I 

"Gee! That's, ah, too bad," 
is the favorite expression of 
"Ed," but his blue eyes seem 
to show mischief rather than 
sympathy. Edward is a Prep I 
student, and he plans to at- 
tend college. Chemistry class 
and hockey are what "Canada" 
enjoys most at W.H.S. Luck 
always, "Ed" ! 

Activities: Glee Club 4; Hockey 

4. 



BRUCE TUPPER 
14 Manning Road 
Honors 

Bruce's favorite class 

math . . . likes eating fish anc 

chips . . . best friends are 

Doug, Steve, and William . 

likes math' department most anc 

mass confusion least about 

W.H.S. . . . plans to go into 

engineering after college. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Crimson Key 4; B.C. Computer 
Class 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3; Sci- 
ence Seminar 2. 



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CHARLES TURNER 
35 Livingston Lane 
College II 

"Cut it out!" shouts "Char- 
lie," a transfer from Saint 
Mary's . . . enjoys play- 
ing golf and chess and lifting 
weights . . . active member of 
track team . . . eats ice cream 
with Jon and Kevin . . . 
pleased with atmosphere and 
rotating schedule at W.H.S. 
... a college education awaits 
Charlie. 

Activities: Homeroom Represent- 
ative 3, 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3, 4; Audio-Visual 
Staff 4; Track Team 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3. 



BARRY TUSHIN 
100 Brewster Road 
College I 

Barry wishes that our school 
lunch menu would include bar- 
becued spareribs once in a 
while. Along with friends Steve 
and Al he likes algebra classes 
at W.H.S. Business college and 
a successful future lie ahead 
for Barry. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2; French 
Club 2. 




"I do not know beneath what sky 
Nor on what seas shall be thy fate; 

I only know it shall be high, 
I only know it shall be great." 
RICHARD HOVEY 




STANLEY UHLIG 
4 Pine Circle 
College II 

Stan hails from L.S.J.H. . . . 
can be seen hurrying to de- 
mocracy class with Smitty, Art, 
J or Al . . . athletically minded 
... his hazel eyes light up 
when steak is served . . . Mr. 
Winter is A. O.K., according 
to Stan . . . plans to go to 
Wentworth Institute. 

Activities: Baseball Team 2; Band 
2. 



PATRICIA VAII. 
1 5 B Dermody Road 
Business — Stenogiaphic 

Blue-eyed "Pat" likes read- 
ing and eating fried clams . . . 
likes to bowl with best friends 
Jane, Lobby, and Judy . . . 
favorite subject is English . . . 
likes activity period most and 
gym least about W.H.S. . . . 
future plans include attending 
I.B.M. school and working. 

Activities: Student Council Rep- 
resentative 1; Pep Squad 2. 



RICHARD VANARIA 
141 Myrtle Street 
Vocational — Machine 

Perhaps "Misery," "Mac." and 
Tom should say "relax" to "Van." 
our active senior. The senior class 
presidency and the National Honor 
Society barely leave him time 
for some favorites, math class and 
subs. This alumnus of South Jun- 
ior will always remember classes 
with Mr. Oldinp. Our best wishes 
to an outstanding senior for suc- 
cess in night school ! 

Activities: Class President I; Mir- 
ror Department Representative 4; 
Newspaper Staff 4; Student Gov- 
ernment 3: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Vice-President 3. 4. 



ROBERT VANARIA 
15 Cedarwood Avenue 
College I 

Blond, blue-eyed "Bob" en- 
joys all types of sports . . . 
likes to eat chicken with his 
best friends Steve and Greg 
. . . likes gym and trigonom- 
etry classes most, and the food 
served in the cafeteria least 
about W.H.S. . . . favorite sub- 
ject is English . . . plans to 
go to Northeastern to study 
business administration. 
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ROBERT VASQUEZI 
64-C Lafayette Street 
College II 

Who's that good-looking 
varsity basketball star? It's 
fleet-footed "Squeezy." Com- 
ing to W.H.S. via South Jun- 
ior, Bob enjoys all sports. Artie 
and Paul can often be seen oc- 
cupying his sparse spare time 
when he's not practicing for 
our team. Bob hopes to enter 
the service and then go on to 
a career in pro-basketball. See 
you with the Celtics! 

Activities: Football 2; Basketball 
Team 2. 3, 4; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 3. 4. 



PAUL WALKER 
39 Colonial Avenue 
Honors 

"Sehr Gut" is how Paul de- 
scribes his summer in Germany 
as our A.F.S. exchange student. 
In his spare time, Paul likes to 
go scuba diving. Pete, Roy, and 
Bob agree with Paul that things 
are just "great." Busy Paul is 
also Deanery President of the 
C.Y.O. as well as Co-Editor- 
in-Chief of the Mirror. Good 
luck at college, Paul. 

Activities: Mirror Co-Editor 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Pres- 
ident 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Band 2, 3, 4; Crimson Key 4. 




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WILLIAM WALKER 

19 Neighbors Lane 
College I 

Smiling Bill is often seen 
strolling through the corridors 
with Ren, Frank, or Bill. An 
avid physics student, he enjoys 
classes with Mr. Winter. Sports 
and our teachers at W.H.S. 
also score high on his list of 
favorites. Northeastern is on 
his agenda for the future. 



BILLIE WALLACE 

72 Reservoir Road 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Blue-eyed "Bill" enjoys 

bowling and eating stuffed 

peppers . . . favorite subject is 

democracy . . . colleagues are 

Carol, Kathy, and Judie . . . 

likes homeroom periods most 

about W.H.S. . . . plans to go 

into nursing. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Glee 
Club 3; Archery 3. 



KENNETH WALTON 
84 Beal Road 
College II 



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Ken comes to W.H.S. 
North Junior. Although he may 
seem to enjoy bossing under- 
classmen around, he's really a 
kind-hearted person. French 
classes are tops with this sen- 
ior. Ken looks forward to an 
education at Northeastern. Lots 
of luck in the future, Ken! 



MARILYN WARNER 
5 Mt. Pleasant Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

"Mai" enjoys eating pi: 
and fried clams, drinking co 
and talking with "the kid 
Kathy, and Rosie . . . favoi 
subject is English . . . "W 
a nut" is her favorite say 
. . . likes homeroom per 
and lunch best about W.L 
. . . plans to attend busir 
college. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff : 



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BARBARA WEINSTEIN 

20 Woodchester Circle 
College I 

^ Green-eyed "Barb" likes 
Chinese food and talking with 
Barb, Diane, and Nancy . 
favorite subject is democracy 
. . . favorite saying is "What's 
the latest?" . . . likes senior 
year most about W.H.S. 
pet peeves are short lunch per- 
iod and sophomore year in 
school . . . plans to go into 
elementary teaching. 

Activities: German Club 3 4- 
French Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. 



JUDITH WELCH 
10G Dermody Road 
College II 

"Ju" enjoys going to 
"Jean's" and talking with 
Lolly, Annie, and Lynn while 
eating pizza . . . favorite sub- 
ject is trigonometry . . . likes 
English class most . . . plans 
to go into elementary teaching. 

Activities: Talent Show 3; Maroon 
Squad 3. 




JUDITH WELLMAN 
1490 Trapelo Road 
Business — Stenographic 

"Oky Doky," shouts "Judy" 
on her way to typing with 
Cindy, and Kathy. After school 
we can find Judy eating pizza, 
horseback riding, or driving. 
A career as a private secretary 
and success lie ahead for 
"Judy." Our best always! 
Activities: Mirror Representative 4. 




BETSY WELTON 
29 Dartmouth Street 
College II 

"Bepsie" enjoys collecting 

caps and eating meatball subs 

with her compatriots, Sally 

Ann, Linda, and Janice . . . 

brown eyed brunette . . . likes 

democracy class most about 

WHS. 

Activities: Class Secretary 2; Ma- 
roon Squad 2, (; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4. 



DEBORAH \\ I \ I \\ ORTH 
170 Worcester Lane 
College II 

Red-headed "Debby" enjoys 
eating fried clams . . . hobbies 
are horseback riding and swim- 
ming with colleagues. Sue. Ann. 
anil Barb . . .. likes English. 
lunch, and activity period most 
. . . cares least for sophomore 
vcar . . . plans to go on to 
secretarial work. 

Activities: Ridinc Club !. French 
Club 3; Pep Squad 2. ^ i. 
W I ithcr Club 




DOXNA WHAI 1 \ 
155 Prospect Hill Road 
College II 

"Dawn" enjoys eating clams 
. . . favorite subject is democ- 
racy . . . brown eyes, brown 
hair . . . best friends are 
Jackie. Carol, and Rosemary 
. . . likes the teachers and 
activity periods most about 
WHS . . plans to attend 
Boston Univen 

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"Discrimination, whether it be in the North or South, still 
breeds . . . hatred ... the Negro can't contribute to the 
Commonwealth because he has only a restricted chance to 
be a man." 

PHILIP BERRIGAN S.S.J. 




CHERYL WOOD 
31 Whittier Road 

Business — Clerk Typist 

Somewhere in the future a 
career as a secretary awaits this 
blue-eyed brunette. Cheryl loves 
to go bowling with Judy and 
Ruthie; afterwards they can be 
found eating Chinese food. 
Good luck, our blue-eyed alum- 
na! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Home- 
room Representative 2; Newspaper 
Staff 3. 



MARLENE WYSKIEL 

117 High Street 
Business — Clerk Typist 

"That's the way the ball 
bounces!" sighs Marlene as she 
views the crowded cafeteria, 
but thinks that law and Mrs. 
Murphy's office procedure 
classes are really great. Mary 
Lou, Kathy, and Cindi tell 
us that Marlene plans to at- 
tend Burdett College. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Talent Show 4. 




ROBERT WHEELER 

39 Miriam Road 

V ocational—Auto Mechanics 

Blue-eyed "Boom" can oft be 

seen treking towards history 

class . . . friends Paul, Harold, 

and "Gen" are sure to be near 

. . . shop training rates an 

A plus ... an alumnus of both 

North and Lexington Street 

Junior Highs . . . plans to 

serve our nation as a naval 

aviator. 

Activities: Cross Country 3; Track 
4. 



CLAYTON WHITNEY 

23 Rumford Avenue 
Business — Accounting 

Good-natured Clayton is a 
real sports enthusiast. He en- 
joys eating pie and ice cream 
with John, Jim, and Bill. This 
former South Juniocite rates 
the teachers at W.H.S. highly. 
Lots of luck in the future, Clay- 
ton! 




ORRIN YOUNG 

87 Smith Street 
College II 

If a brown-eyed, brown- 
haired boy asks you to "Lend 
me a dime," you can be rea- 
sonably sure that it's Orrin. 
Activity periods and democracy 
classes at W.H.S. are enjoyed 
by him. Steve, Jim and George 
reveal to us that vacations and 
subs are also tops in "O's" 
mind. Orrin hopes to enter 
Northeastern to further his ed- 
ucation. 



SHARON YOUNG 
264 Lake Street 
Business — Stenographic 

"Such is life," exclaim 

"Frosty" as she views th< 

crowded condition in the cafe 

teria. Miss Tahaney's busines 

correspondence class rates higl 

with this lively senior. Thi 

future secretary also loves rol 

ler-skating and eating friec 

clams with Suzanne and Nancy 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Junio 
Prom Committee 3; Talent Show 4 



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JUDITH ZACHER 
1173 Trapelo Road 
Business — Clerk Typist 

Busy "Peanuts" comes to 
W.H.S. by way of Nova Scotia, 
Canada. She is often seen eat- 
ing Chinese food with friends 
Ruthie, Cheryl, and Jean. We 
know that she will sing her 
way through life with much 
success. Good luck, Judy ! 

Activities: Glee Club 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 
4; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



PETER ZAMMUTO 
304 River Street 
Honors 

Pete, "Little One," is a real 
sports enthusiast. He especially 
enjoys basketball and bowling. 
He also likes cheering the var- 
ious teams at the games with 
Cliff, Joe, and Paul. This active 
ex-Scuth Juniorite sees college 
in the future after graduation. 

Activities: Mirror Assistant Sports 
Editor 4; Mirror Representative 3, 
4; Intramural Basketball 3; Talent 
Show 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4. 





"I pray especially that the youth of the world, and especially 
America, will take a lesson from his courageous words 
and deeds and work for freedom, equality, and justice which 
his youthful vigor sought for all the peoples on this earth." 

RICHARD CARDINAL CUSHING 




DAVID ZANCO 

155 River Street 

Vocational — Auto Mechanics 

If you hear "Chief" Zanco 
say, "I'll bite. What is it?", 
it's probably a sub or pizza. 
Math and shop work are just 
great for Dave, according to 
Larry, John, and Bob. Cars take 
up most of the free time of 
this senior. Plans for his future 
may include the service. 



RICHARD ZEIGLER 

8 Calvary Street 
College II 

Activity periods and history 
classes are tops with this hum- 
orous college-bound senior. 
After the 2:30 bell "Zeig" 
can be found discussing auto- 
mobiles with his friends. Ed, 
John, and Ken tell us that he 
also is a lover of ravioli. We 
wish him the best. 



RICHARD ZMIJEW'SKI 
118 Montclair Avenue 
College II 

Affable "Smitty" thinks that 
his fondest recollection of 
WHS. is English. Outside 
of school it's strictly bowling 
and turkey. This alumnus of 
L.S.J. H. plans on college in 
the future. 



MARIE RODRIQ 
240 Mokema Avenue 
College I 

"Elena." a swimming and 
skiing enthusiast, comes to us 
from Jeremiah Burke High 
School. "Oh. darn'" she shouts 
to Linda. Gloria, and Nancy as 
she thinks of tonight's home- 
work. The kids and 
top her list of favorites. Chem- 
istry and p]7r.i also rate high 
She plan- into clerical 

work. Good luck. "Elena"! 

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CURTIS BARNARD 
16 Pine Street 
Vocational 

"Curt" enjoys spaghetti or gym 
class with Steve, Tom, and Paul 
. . . comes from Stoneham Jr. 
High . . . favorite maxim, "Speak 
through the tube" . . . playing 
guitar and auto mechanics are his 
hobbies . . . future includes the 
service. 

DAVID CANNISTRARO 

365 River Street 
Vocational 

Brown-eyed "Butch" finds all 
food in the cafe acceptable. This 
alumnus of St. Joseph's and St. 
Mary's rates cars as his favorite 
extracurricular activity. His future 
plans are doubtful at the moment, 
but we know he'll be successful 
in any venture. 

JANET CARCHIA 

475 Trapelo Road 
College II 

"What's for lunch?" hazel-eyed 
"Jan" demands as she races to her 
favorite chemistry class. This col- 
lege II senior hails from Chapel 
Hill School. Janet also enjoys horse- 
back riding and crisp fried chicken. 
"Jan" aspires to become a licensed 
practical nurse, and we wish her 
all success in this worthwhile ca- 
reer ! 

PAUL CHIASSON 

45 Lyman Street 
College II 

This sprite alumnus of W.H.S. 

comes to us from St. Mary's . . . 

enjoys the friendship of all the kids 

. plans include Northeastern 

... we know he'll be a success ! 

THOMAS CONNORS 

24 Hall Street 
Vocational 

"T.C." hails from South Junior 
High . . . relishes math and racing 
. . . friends include Harvey, Nick, 
and Johnny . . . has many favorite 
foods . . . future plans not definite 
at the moment. Best wishes ! 

GERARD DAIGLE 

571 Main Street 
Vocational 

This graduate of North Junior 
High relishes hamburgers and shop. 
Brown-haired, brown-eyed "Gerry" 
can often be found with pals, Eddie, 
Dick, and John. Our best wishes 
in your carpentry career! 

ANTHONY DE FELICE 

232 Charles Street 
College II 

Likable "Butch," with his friends 
Bill and Paul, enjoys democracy 
best of all at W.H.S. "That'll be 
the day" when "Butch" doesn't ad- 
mire this school's spirit. After grad- 
uation he plans to be an accordion 
teacher. Good luck ! 

JAMES DOYLE 
104 Amherst Avenue 
Vocational 

Swimming, cars, and theory class 
are just superb in "Lawyer's" opin- 
ion. Ray, Vic, and "Skip" will also 
tell that food in general and auto 
mechanics shop are high in Jim's 
regard. His future plans include the 
Navy or employment in a construc- 
tion firm. Our best wishes always! 



JOSEPH FRULLO 

46 Pond Street 
College II 

A recent transfer from St. Mary's 
High, "Joe" has made many friends 
at W.H.S. This cheerful young lad 
enjoys playing the saxophone in his 
spare time. He's at his happiest 
in math class. Not only Pete, Lenny, 
and Frank, but all the gang at 
W.H.S. wish "Joe" the best in hi? 
college plans. 

OMER GAGNON 

154 Willow Street 
College II 

Diminutive Omer well remembers 
W-04 . . . first saw the light of 
day in Monctor, N.B. . . . comes 
to us from Vanier High . . . the 
future is bright for this alumnus. 

HERBERT KELLEY 
108 Hibiscus Avenue 
College II 

Don, Steve, and "Red" say Herb's 
favorite hobbies are bowling and 
fishing . . . favorite food, fried 
clams . . . another proud alumnus 
joins the ranks. 

JOHN KING 
14 Colburn Street 
College II 

Johnnie has many fond recollec- 
tions of our alma mater . . . friends 
include Billy, Jimmy, and Joe . . . 
popular alumnus . . . best of luck 
in future endeavors ! 

RONALD KUKIS 

5 Luther Road 
Vocational 

"I guess" Dick, Ken, and Tom 
can be often seen with this alumnus 
of Burlington Junior High. Subs 
and math class are just superb 
in "Kuk's" estimation. It looks 
as though the service is in Ronald's 
immediate future. 



VICTOR LANDRY 

118 Chestnut Street 
Vocational 

Vic's pals include Messrs. Bell i- 
veau, Leblanc, and Coohby . . . 
seafood rates with shop and 2:30 
dismissal as favorites . . . cars are 
fun both in school and out . . . 
this South Junior alumnus will enter 
the service. 



EDWARD LE BLANC 
56 Fiske Street 
Vocational 

Eddy wisely sees that "a trip of 
1,000 miles begins with the first 
step," and Robert, Tony, and Thom- 
as heartily concur. Boating and 
seafood are on this aquanauts list 
of favorites, although shop is a 
close third. It looks as though Eddy's 
headed for the armed services. Best 
of luck! 



ROGER LE BLANC 

114 Waltham Street 
Vocational 

Stephen, Roger, and Raymond are 
just three of "all the boys" "Fren- 
chy" liked at the Vocational. "Son 
of a gun" is his only comment 
when someone asks about math class 
or his hobby, miniature modeling. 
Roger's future plans are set on a 
machinist career. 



WARREN LIGHT 
90 Taylor Street 
Vocational 

This hazel-eyed senior really goes 
for ravioli, as Jerry, Al, or Jim 
can tell . . . alumnus of South 
Junior . . . fondest memory: class 
with Mr. Viscarello . . . English 
math, and history are favorite sub- 
jects . . . plans to go into business 
for himself. 

JEAN MANCUSO 

104 Hillcrest Road 
College II 

"Jeanne" never says, "Oh forget 
it" about collecting Johnny Mathis 
records . . . hopes to attend Dale 
Academy for hairdressers . . . likes 
law and enjoys sharing pizza with 
her friends, Mary Ann, Barbara, 
and Peggy. Best of everything! 



JAMES MILLIGAN 
17 Winthrop Street 
Vocational 

Playing cards is the favorite 
pastime of this advocate of Lady 
Fortune. Jake, "T.C," and Ernie 
will tell you gym class also rates 
high. This ex-South Juniorite is 
looking forward to graduation day 
and then the service. Remember 
"hearts are trumps!" 



LUCY PARMENTER 

73 Clematis Avenue 
College II 

"The Black Ace" is the biggest 
Johnny Cash fan around and spends 
most of her time collecting his rec- 
ords. She likes English best at 
W.H.S. The future is undecided, 
but we know she'll be a success. 



WILLIAM PORTER 

21 Douglas Road 
College I 

If the day were made up of math 
classes and activity periods, "Billy" 
would love school. Unfortunately, 
other subjects such as chemistry are 
included in his schedule. But, 
"What, me worry?" says Billy to 
his friends John, Peter, and Paul. 
Next year Bill hopes to attend 
Northeastern University. 



PETER RYAN 
378 Bacon Street 
College II 

"Herby," who hails from St. 
Mary's High, claims the best thing 
about W.H.S. is that it's co-ed. He 
enjoys track and eating any kind 
of food with Don, Cyril, and Joe. 
Peter plans to attend college next 
fall. We wish him good luck. 

THERESA STEFANELLI 
118 Pine Hill Circle 
College II 

"Oh boy!" shouts "Terry" en- 
thusiastically to Tommy, Florence, 
and Joyce. Terry came to us from 
Cambridge Latin High School. She 
likes math class and homeroom 
period with Mr. Fitzgerald best at 
W.H.S. She is undecided as to her 
future plans, but we wish her the 
best of luck and success in anything 
she may choose to undertake. 



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O dear Waltham High School, 
The school of our youth, 
A school that is hallowed 
And radiant with truth, 
Let us pay tribute 
To you with our song, 
Dear Waltham High School, 
Our mem'ries are strong! 

Now into the wide world 

A world of distress, 

With new aspirations 

We strive for success, 

Should we seek fortune 

Renown and great glory, 

You'll e'er Waltham High School, 

Be bright in our story. 



Music by PAUL WALKER 
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Prologue: In the year 1961 a group of innocent sophomores left 
the security of their previous position and entered the domain of 
underclassmen in the murky confines of Waltham High School. 
The subsequent activities of that motley crew have enabled us, the 
Class of 1964, to present a synopsis of a play in three acts 
performed by resident repertory players. It is produced by Mr. 
William Gallagher, directed by Mr. Almon Morang, and stage- 
managed by Mi 



Act 11: THE FRUSTRATED JUNIORS 



Act II begins and enthusiasm dominates the scene at Waltha 
High School as the football cheerleaders, Arlene Genova, Suzan 
Dawson, and Judy LeRette, and the hockey cheerleaders, Christi 
Mobilia, Ellen Carruthers, and Angelina Bonica, run into tl 
cafeteria, exuberantly leading the spirited student body in tl 



*HE INNOCENT SOPHOMORES 

The first scene opens with the characters awaiting the com- 
pletion of the new wing, gym, and cafeteria. A meeting of the 
class officers is in progress. Glenn Perna, president, has just 
finished telling Nancy Gentola, vice president, Betsey W 
secretary, and Sally Mobilia, treasurer, that until the wk„ 
finally completed, school will be dismissed at 1:10 every day 
and students will eat their lunches in their homerooms. Jeff 
Mason abruptly rushes in, carrying a large test tube of bubbling 



concoction 

merit in the Future Scientists of America Contest." In the midst 
of his congratulations, Debby Crane enters, dressed in a white 
nurses' uniform, and informs the class officers that she has been 
chosen to represent our school at the Red Cross summer program 
at Babson Institute. 



Secretary Diane Pergola, and Treasurer Linda Cincotta, are jumpii 
about, waving red and white pennants. After the typical ral 
the students return to their homerooms. Suddenly Betty MacKenz 
and Lynn Leonard interrupt the class shouting, "We just won tl 
Kingsbury Temperance Fund Essay contest! Oh, by the way, befo 
we forget, there's a bomb in the school. Tell everyone to chei 
all the desks and lockers." 



While 



tivity of 



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r< ana x-ynn, wno are occupiec 
t things, proceed to the office to collect their p 

Vocational High School, wl 
. On their way ba> 
from the office Betty and Lynn encounter Debby Crane and Al; 
Teichman, whose poems were accepted for the National Antholo. 
of High School Poetry, who are composing haiku verses in tl 
corridor, and William Theriault, who exuberantly announces th 
he has won first prize in the Annual , Science Fair and that I 
tered in competition at Brandeis TT| 



The meeting aajoums, ana tne participants Degin to congregaw 

around an easel standing in the hall. It belongs to Robert Flinn, 

who has won a merit citation in the Massachusetts AAA Traffic 

lafety Poster contest. The curtain slowly closes on this happy _ 

blissfully unaware of what fates may befall them in future acts. 



A shift in scene takes us to the IBEW hall, where we see 
Walker, who was accepted into the Northeast Band, playing "Glo 

le Glow Worm" on the clarinet. We also see Mr. Phi 
new city-wide music director, leading the band members, who a 



attired in snappy new uniforms. After the concert the students 
are seated once more in their homerooms, reminiscing about the 
eriously transformed cafeteria, in which 120 couples enjoy 
Evening in Paris at the Junior Prom on the previous Frid 
,it. All at, once there is a resounding crash. It is the voice of Mr. 



j held 

their March of Dimes queen. While you are voting, I have a few 
announcements to make. Congratulations to the following: Janet 
Burke, who will attend Bridgewater State College to study govern- 
ment; Genie Polower, who is the only junior to take a course 
at Brandeis; Daniel O'Reilly, who will receive the coveted Harvard 

K Award this year; and Paul Walker, who will be sent to 
any as our AFS student. And will the four students whose 
names I have called report to the conference room at once. 



The curtain closes as Janet, Genie, Dan, and Paul proceed to 
the conference room. Thus ends an eventful year. 



oven which is destined for the new Distributive Education class's 
cake sale. The Voice of Waltham High School breaks in upon the 



announce. 



t the rise of the curtain upon the third act, an erudite, sophis- 
ticated group of seniors is lounging about in the corridors, waiting 
for Mr. Morang, the new senior housemaster, to chase them 
into their homerooms. One group that he never finds lounging in 
the corridors is the varsity debating team composed of Royal 
Rhodes, Michael Szpak, and Ronald Lamy, who as usual, are 
in the library engaged in the preparation of another debate. Ronnie 
also finds this time convenient for improving his speaking ability, 
with which he recently won the Middlesex County American Legion 
Oratory contest. This morning the class officers, as they come into 
the library, interrupt the tedious effort of the team. President 

istine Straggas and Vice President Steven Bolio tell Secretary 
Judy Anderson and Treasurer Sally Agrillo, "The members of the 
basketball, hockey, and track teams are involved in a free-for-all. 
The scuttlebutt has it that while the teams were working out with 
the weights, being led by the cheerleader captains, Arlene Genova 
and Ellen Garruthers, and by those muscular track team managers, 
Debby Crane and Gail Stempson, a dispute arose between basket- 
• ball captains, Art Piper and Carl Krinopol, and hockey captain 
Dave Crusco as to which team is the better. Both teams played 
in the State Tournaments, you know, and each felt it was superior 
in achievement. Soon the squabble turned into a wrestling competi- 



Levey, junior housemaster Mr. Belliveau, and track coach Mr. Lee 
Gould. Mr. Morang, playing the heavy, severely reprimands all 
the students and sends them scurrying back to their homerooms 
just as the bell beginning first period rings. 



...r, and Royal Rhodes, are wanted in the main cffice. Gretchen 
and Richard Hood will share the title of class poet this year, and 



menca.' The Voice stops and t 
of peace until a piercing scream emanates from the biology lab, soon 
followed by the source, Gail Edwards. Although Gail stands firmly 
on the intellectual battleground, having gained a National Merit 
Finalist berth, she is squeamish when fetal pigs become the untidy 
playing field, but she is quickly calmed by ' 
although they too are revolted by the sight. 



Just as the students recover their operatir 
and silence is returned to the lab, the Voice crackles and announces 
that Paul Walker and Christine Straggas, Mirror editors, are wanted 
in the main office to discuss the Vocational School activities 
with the Vocational School president and National Honor Society 
member, Richard Vanaria. Daniel O'Reilly is also requested to go 



Winner. 



his latest formu 
n announced a- 



, a brilliant science stu- 
itinghouse Talent Search 



The school day comes to a halt at Waltham High, but not far 
away at the Kennedy Memorial Junior High a hardy band of 
entertainers continues to slave at rehearsals. Led by able Craig Prophet, 
student director, this courageous group of high school students is 
preparing for the Talent Show, this year titled, "Lights, Cameras, 
Action!" Craig also directed the Senior Play, "It Walks at Midnight," 
one of the most successful dramatic efforts in several years. While 
the auditorium is alive with its usual pandemonium, Paul Walker 
attempts to get in some practice for his Northeast District Band 
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The Act, and the play, close on this scene of violent activity, 
so representative of the last three years at Waltham High School. 
Epilogue: The preceding play is not strictly a drama, nor is it 
a comedy. It is more a documentary relating the experiences of 
some of our most significant years, also of sorrow in the death of 
Mr. Raymond Crawford, director of music in Waltham fox thirty-six 
years, of Mr. James Garrahan, beloved English teacher at Waltham 
High for twenty years, and of President John Fitzgerald . Kennedy. 
Finally, the closing of the curtain on our drama does not signify 
ie end of the play but the beginning or a lifetime. 



The Authors: Carol Faulkner and 
Richard Haines 



With the crowning of first period the scene shifts to the cooking 

room where Jane Kilgore, Betty Crocker Homemaker contest Assisted by: Debby Crane 

winner, is busily preparing succulent roadrunner eggs and delicious Richard Emb 

rattlesnake bacon for Christine Straggas, D.A.R. Representative, Betty MacKf 

and Women's Club Representatives. Linda Murphy, Anne Hignite, Robert Pazza 

Mary Ann Pergola, and Carolyn Ritcey. Jane also has a cake in the Genie Polow 



Richard Emberley 
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Robert Pazzano 



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On one of those gray afternoons I had just settled down 
to watch my favorite program when a special news an- 
nouncement flashed across T.V. 

"Your attention, Class of 1964 of Waltham High, this 
is Mr. Gallagher speaking. I am making an important re- 
quest that you return for a special Ninth Year Reunion. 
As principal of W.H.S., I thought it would be appropriate 
for us to help establish a sister school on the moon. So 
I have chosen the best class that has been graduated from 
W.H.S. to help me with suggestions and plans. 

"You will enjoy yourselves, but I hope you will keep in 
mind what I have told you. Try to remember the things 
you consider most important from your high school days, 
scholastically, athletically, and socially. Among the lum- 
inaries at the reunion will be physicist Danny O'Reilly and 
well-known math experts, Rosemarie Cipriano, Martha 
Chaisson, Joseph Brown, and Dave Demeo. And now back 
to our program." 

A week later, I stood awed by the mighty splendor of 
Waltham High's new auditorium. Sandy Sickles and Sue 
Dawson, Waltham High's beloved nurses, greeted us cheer- 
fully as they led us into the auditorium. Just inside, Dr. 
Charlie Morrison, one of Waltham Hospital's best interns, 
was busily shouting out his views on debatable subjects 
that all doctors love to argue about. Beside him was medical 
secretary Donna Schaufus, who was speedily taking notes. 
Ted Arico, Olympic gold-medal winner, stood nearby flex- 
ing his muscles for Peace Corps Representative Maureen 
Pheeney who was saying shrewdly, "Yes, Ted, we can use 
men like you ..." Dancer Janet Petrulavage, her hair done 
in an elaborate coiffure designed by Janice Fraizier, glided 
by on the arm of that Broadway celebrity, Ronnie Lamy. 
I waved eagerly to Carol Mazzola, well-known press secre- 
tary for the wealthy business tycoon, Jim Bogle, who was 
chatting with engineer Bruce Tupper. Meanwhile, tuxedoed 
waiters Jackie Kadzis and Kerry Murphy sped by me pre- 
cariously balancing heavily loaded trays. Waitresses, Loreen 
Edry, Donna MacLeod, and Ann Corrigan, dressed in perky 
black and white maid's uniforms designed t>y Robert Flinri" 
and his protegees Linda Cormier and Ann Patten, served 
the hors-d'oeuvres. Judy Cox, Elaine Resnikoff, and Cath] 



Landrigan, devoted teachers at Waltham High, joined me 
as Richard Haines, Doctor of Theology, walked .by ner- 
vously glancing at the prayer he would deliver when the 
ceremony began and muttering to himself as he did so, 
"Let's see ... ! Dearly beloved, we are gathered here 
today! ... No! That's not right! Dear me, I wish (pom 
Patano could have given me a few suggestions about "this." 

As I continued slowly through the crowd, I overheard 
Diane Chandonait discussing the plight of the modern 
secretary with Janice Cincotta. Joan Scalese, Pat Beninati, 
and Gerry Cappadona suggested that the business depart- 
ment on the moon would do well to model itself after the 
one from which they graduated. 

The girls drew my attention to Chirs Straggas, who 
began her official welcome with, "I would like to thank 
Mr. Gallagher for his astute skill in recognizing our class 
as the best. By the way, I hope you don't feel uncomfortable 
in the unaccustomed luxury of our new auditorium. Now 
let's get down to business." Roving reporter Paula Medaglia 
began questioning business accountant James Sinerate on 
his views about the new school, while Kevin Fitzpatrick, 
assistant to Judy Scicotte head librarian of the sister school, 
was discussing the possibilities of including a complete set 
of books on the solar system to the school's library. Shipping 
the books to the moon would be the job of Paul Proia. 
Army corporal John Rumson was talking earnestly to 
teachers Lorraine Marmonti and Anne McArdle about 
starting a WAC trainee program on the moon. 

Joan Shirley, another of the roving reporters, was speak- 
ing with Richard DeVincent, who along with Gerard 
Daigle and Joe McManus had offered modern crater land- 
scaping for the new school. Nearby was Dennis Gallahan, 
assistant principal, who was speaking with Joe Tarant 
Alan Marcolina, and Richard Zimjewski, the three candi- 
dates nominated for housemaster's jobs on the moon. 

Standing amidst "the group," Carol Shedd, one of the ! 
roving reporters, received time-saving ideas from Joan 
Tierney, Emile Doucet, Cindy Stewart, and Toni Man- 
cuso, all successful secretaries in their chosen fields of 
medicine and law. Rosemary Grimes, author of How to 
Balance Your Balance Sheets, gave authoritative advice on 




1964 





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bookkeeping methods from her new book. Drifting into nomics Department with Sandra Berinato and Joyce Couil- 

the conversation, famous hair stylist Jane Dalla Costa and lard as assistants. Language teacher Robert Santoro was 

her associate Bunny Mula, fashion consultant, lent their nodding wisely as he and Steve Grant solemnly discussed 

rim (Winnal WnrvwIprW nn hnw tr, Up t-bp "mncf- fachinn^W^" the mysteries of ancient Latin grammar. Bob heard Richard 



professional knowledge on how to be the "most fashionable 
in any modern office. Just as the conversation was coming 
to a close, Bill Rogerson, director of Camp Stuck in the 
Muck, talked with Peter Cremins, Rollie Kinsman, and 
Harry Chiasson, owners of a nationwide chain of bowling 
establishments, on the possibility of supplying his camp 
with bowling equipment. 

In the back of the auditorium, I saw Judy Anderson 
approaching a noisy crowd. The most commotion was 
coming from dentist Steve Bolio and his hygienist Sally 

J Agrillo. They were trying to convince Steve Ducey to 
run for President. His platform, they suggested, could 
include increased federal aid to the moon and free cars 
for his campaign managers, Frankie Brazell and William 
Porter. This was lightly approved of by "Chief" Zanco, who 
was to be our new ambassador to the moon. John Carchia 
and Alfred St. John led the opposition and argued that 
Clayton Whitney had a better foreign policy. 

Nearby Gail Edwards was reminiscing with Pat Patterson 
and Roy Dozois when John Cappadona attracted their at- 
tention with a roll of the drums. John introduced the 
members of his combo: Paul Manzon and Bill Romanicki 
were at the pianos, Orrin Young was playing the electric 
guitar, and Richard Nottebart was handling the trumpet 
duties. Suddenly, the famous High Steppers, Linda Cin- 
cotta, Judy Defina, Pat Moody, Linda Carney, Ruth Mac- 
Lean, and Karen Conzo, appeared on the stage. As Gail 
was walking through the crowd she overheard Allen 
Garber and Roger Blake arguing with Clifford Moy about 
the merits of a course in embalming. Since travel on the 
loon would present special problems, Jimmy Noble, 
obert Murray, and Robert Glovasky decided to try 
designing a practical car to put in the new underground 
student parking lot. 

Bob Devoe, one of the interviewers, was discussing the 
roposed co-ed trade school with David McGrath. Dave 

ij thought that Harvey Smith should be Director of the 



Ziegler, ^ Jackie King, and Paul Novelli talking about 
their boss Dave Herter, who had recently purchased 
Waltham's largest supermarket from James Boudreau. 

Another interviewer, Buddy Bowen, was speaking to 
Don Hinsman, a graduate of Annapolis, and Polaris 
Submarine captain, Curtis Barnard, who headed an armed 
services delegation that included Ed Gorman, Neil O'Brien, 
and Barry McNeil. Don suggested an R.O.T.C program 
for the new school. As Buddy was speaking to Don, he 
was lifted off the ground by weight-lifter Jim Leate, 
who along with other well-known athletes, Ronny Benson. 
Ernie Arsenault, Jim Earley, and Tom Kelly, expressed their 
concern for a strong physical fitness program on the moon. 

"1-2-3-4-, 1-2-3-4-," was heard in the distance as Phyllis 
Quirk, Louise Shaw, Rosalie Scifo, and Carol Bishop 
came trotting forward to offer their services for a girls' 
physical education department. 

As the evening came to a close, I saw Chris Straggas 
gathering her reporters to discuss the opinions that their 
classmates had offered. I heard Mr. Gallagher giving his 
farewell address while Chris Straggas and Steve Ducey were 
preparing to lead the Class of 1964 in a typically stirring 
Waltham Hich School rally. 

A school on the moon — a bigger and better W.H.S.; 
that's impossible! Maybe it will be bigger, but certainly not 
better. When a school graduates a class like ours, it leaves 
little room for improvement. In short, "We are the great- 
est,'.' and you can't get much better than that except 
perhaps on the moon 



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Paula Medaijlia 
Carol Shedd 
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Friends, parents, teachers, lend us your ears. We come in joy and not in sadness to present and record the 
last will and testament of the Class of 1964. 

To Mr. Gallagher, our affable headmaster, we leave our sincere gratitude for guiding us through our high 
school years with kindness and understanding. 

To Mr. Van Arsdale. director of our Vocational High School, we bequeath and devise a personalized megaphone 
to project his voice throughout the school. 

For comfort and quiet while traversing the halls of Waltham High, we bestow upon Mr. May a pair of 
silent, soft-soled, squeak-proof shoes. _ . 

Our illustrious housemaster. Mr. Morang. is now the deserving recipient of a kitchenette complete with a 
renovated and remodeled chem lab apron to aid him in preparing meals in the senior house office. 

For Mrs. Case we have secured permission to establish a concession on the doughnut maker to be built into 
the kitchenette of our housemaster. 

We recommend an appropriation to Mr. Quinn. our athletic director, for a 
super salesmen. Mr. Hood and Mr. Hendry. 

For Mr. Distel of the Math Department we provide time 
to Innsbruck. Austria. 

To Miss McCuIlough we donate a series of documentaries 
films now being shown in social studies classes. 

For his greater peace of mind we endow Mr. Foley with 
from the noise and intruders of the W> Club. 

For Mr. Eames.'the head of our Science Department, we 
emphasis on material relating to fetal pigs and Drosophila. fruit flies to most of us. 

For Miss Daily we install a special switch to correct and /or reject any notices over the 
to cancellations of assignments and tests. 

To Mr. Timothy Fitzgerald of our Math Department we leave a little black book to keep his figures straight. 

Projecting our plans for next vear's student-faculty games, we nominate Mr. H. O'Brien and Mr. D. 
O'Brien (Big O'Bie and Little O'Bie) with Mr. Flagg sandwiched between as a nucleus for the Faculty team. 

We engrave for Miss Balch. director of the Business Department, a plaque in recognition of her time spent 
instructing teachers of other departments in the use of their recently acquired machines. 

"Our gift to Miss Hirst is a master key to open all lockers, drawers, and doors 
from which she can marshall her homeroom students into class at precisely 7:55 A.M. 

We propose for Mr. Levey a more centralized office that would not be such 

An automatic, electronic map awaits Mrs. Minear to help next year's classes 
discussion. 

For Mr. St. Martin we will have installed a perpetual conveyor belt to provide him with a constant supply 
of food to satisfy his insatiable appetite. 

We hereby enroll Twinkle Toes Poirier in a refresher charm course to improve his poise on the basktetball court. 

We charter for Miss Hogan a yellow school bus to take students on extracurricular trips of her choice. 

To get him in shape for his constant trips from S-017 to the English office and the Library, we have ordered 
for Mr. Boyd, our jovial English teacher, a track suit, custom made by Omar. 

To Miss Betts we will a miniature, steel Eiffel Tower encased in class as a fond memory of Paris. 

We have made plans for the construction of a permanent penthouse to accommodate future magnificent pub- 
lications of the Mirror. This bequest we dedicate to Mr. Nevlon, our deserving advisor. 

For Mrs. Hughes we suggest an automatic tape recording of the daily bulletin to be played by each teacher 
at his own discretion. 

To Mr. Chapman and the Guidance Department we leave several overstuffed chairs to ensure their comfort 
while monitoring the College Board Exams. 

For Miss Childs and her department we formulate 
to the intramural program. 

We have procured for Mrs. Marr a set of portable 
classes and studies. 

For Mrs. Bowman and Miss Tabor we have obtained 
publish a current booklist for Waltham High School. 

A collection of assorted do-it-yourself kits is our gift to our versatile Mr. Benedict for repairs on home, car, 
and Language Lab. 

To next year's Senior Class and their housemaster, Mr. Belliveau, we leave an optimistic outlook on a 
year during which the school population will soar to over two thousand. 

To the Class of 1966 we will the dream of a new high school to be built, hopefully, before they graduate. 

We, the undersigned, hereby declare this to be our last will and testament in the year of our Lord, one 
thousand nine hundred and sixty-four. On this four hundredth anniversary of the birth* of William Shakespeare, 
we quote his words which express our own sentiments: "Now the hurlyburly's done, now the battle's lost and 
won." 

As executors of this document we select and appoint Miss Katherine Devane, Mr. Donald Prohovich, Mrs. 
Constance Dorin, and Mr. Herbert Philpott. 



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Many hands built America: 

The firm, determined fists of adventurers, roughened by 
the salt wind and sea. 

The strong fingers of farmers, browned by the earth and sun. 

The smooth, well -shaped wrists of writers, 

The hands of men, guided by a glorious vision 

Of a land where all men could be 



We are a tree 



With roots, trunk, and branches, 

But no leaves, 

Just buds, our flowering yet to come. 

We are the buds, 

Bristling, restless, 



All our lives our own unsteady hands have been taught and 
disciplined. 

So that they might make their contributions 

To that for which our fathers toiled, 

To America. 

We alone are able to fulfill or to destroy their dream. 

The split-second motion of a human hand 

Fired a shot last November 

And we all felt the shock of pain and wept 

For a man 

Who had such faith in Americans, in us, 

That he dedicated to them the most precious thing he had, 

His life. 



At this moment we hold 



In our very palms 

The seeds of tomorrow's world. 

We have power so great 

It staggers the imagination 

And, with it, a responsibility 

To those who went before. 

May our hands be strong 
Today and ever. 



New, tender. 



Wavering in the breeze. 
We are the branches 
Groping, stalwart, 
Soft, reaching out 
To a goal unknown. 



We are the trunk 



Sturdy, thick, 

Standing on the ground, 

Giving forth bounteous fruit. 



We are the roots 



Digging into the past, 

Absorbing, clinging 

To our honored tradition. 



We are a tree 



With all its parts, 
Stretching, growing. 



With future unbound. 



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Take a kidnapping, a murder, a honeymoon couple, a happy 
v^ neurotic, and a vagrant detective — put them all together in a 
hunted house — mix with lots of comedy and the brilliant di- 
rection of Craig Prophet — and the result is the class of 1964's 
Senior Play, "It Walks at Midnight," presented on December 
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June 1 marked the Class Day observances of the 
class of 1964. We all marched into the I. B. E. W. 
Hall to the rhythm of "Fanfare and Processional," 
played by the Waltham High School band. Everyone 
was infected by the impish mirth the co-chairmen of 
the various committees sparked in the reading of the 
1964 class history, prophecy, and will. A clarinet solo 
by Paul Walker, accompanied by Edward May, and a 
senior ehsemble, composed of Joann Noke, Noel Man- 
ning, Genie Polower, Judith Sicotte, Joan Shirley, Gail 
Stempson, and Judith Zacher, added their deft touch 
to the proceedings. Angelina Bonica and Donald Hins- 
man presented the senior superlative gifts awarded by 
the class. MIRROR co-editors, Christine Straggas and 
Paul Walker, dedicated the 1964 yearbook to the 
faculty of W.H.S. With mixed emotions and great 
expectations we marched out to the recessional. 



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SCHOOL COMMITTEE KEY WINNERS 

Rosemarie Cipriano, Carol Coveney, Janice Fair, Maria Juliano, Christine Mobil 
Daniel O'Reilly, Genie Polower, Royal Rhodes, Bruce Tupper, Paul Walker. 

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1964 




Our Sincerest Gratitude 



"... a school that is hallowed and radiant with truth." The words of 
the 1964 class song, co-authored by Genie Polower and Paul Walker, echoed 
through Ullman Amphitheater at Brandeis University as the class of 1964 
graduated on the evening of June 2. 

Solemnly the graduating class filed into the amphitheater and after the in- 
vocation by Monsignor Flynn, the first girl president of the class in Waltham 
High's long history, Christine Straggas, welcomed the assembled throng. 
Mistress of Ceremonies, Linda Murphy, gave the keynote address and intro- 
duced the three honor speakers, Bruce Tupper, Daniel O'Reilly and Royal 
Rhodes, as well as the class co-poets, Richard Hood and Grctchen Kromcr; 
the theme of their talks was "Tomorrow's America." Paul Walker and Richard 
Vanaria presented the class gifts from Waltham High and Vocational High, 
respectively. Reverend Kromer gave the prayer, and then our headmaster, 
Mr. Gallagher, awarded the scholarship keys and announced the local scholar- 
ship and recognition of students by colleges. The summation of twelve years 
of schooling was climaxed as we each filed across the stage to receive our 
diplomas from Mayor Rhodes, assisted by members of our School Committee. 
After the benediction, given by Rabbi Kra, the singing of our class song and 
the Waltham High song, the graduation ceremonies came to a close for the 
class of 1964. 

"SEMPER SUPERARE '— "Always to excel." 1 23 




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SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS FROM 
THE COLLEGES 

Brown, Joseph Dartmouth 

Cipriano, Rose Boston University 

Connelly, John Brown University 

Coveney, Carol University of 

Massachusetts 

Doheny, Charlene Mary Brooks 

Secretarial School 

Edwards, Gail Newton College of 

the Sacred Heart 

Elliott, Robert Tufts University 

Fitzpatrick, Kevin Tufts University 

Giardina, Mary Lesley College 

Hinsman, Donald ... U.S. Naval Academy 

Kilgore, Jane Wheaton College 

Kneisel, Frederick Hamilton College 

Kromer, Gretchen Goucher College 

Lamy, Ronald Adelphi College 

Long, Robert Columbia University- 
Murphy, Linda Regis College 

O'Neill, Stephen Northeastern University 

O'Reilly, Daniel Boston College 

Pheeney, Maureen Drew University 

Polower, Gene Brandeis University 

Prophet, Craig Alfred University- 
Rhodes, Royal Fairfield University 

Santoro, Robert Boston University 

Shirley, Joan Bates College 

Theriault, William Boston University 

Tumminelli, Stephen Tufts University 

Tupper, Bruce Tufts Universitv 

Walker, Paul .... College of the Holy Cross 

LOCAL AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS 

Allen, Florence — Waltham Mothers' Club 
Scholarship for Nursing, Zonta award 
as outstanding student in Foods 



CLASS OF 1 



Andrada, Joan — Northeast PTA Awar< 
Arico, Ted — John L. Leary award 

outstanding senior athlete 
Barnhart, Robert— U. S. Navy— Rec 

mended for American Citizens' Ar 

Forces Medal 
Berndtson, John — Waltham Mothers' < 

Academic Scholarship, Kingsbury T( 

erance Award Scholarship 
Burke, Janet — Firemen's Wives Scholai 
Burton, Edith — McAuliffe Fund A^ 
Cardillo, Delores — Waltham Junior VC 

en's Club 
Corrigan, Ann — Trustees for Walt 

Training School for Nurses' Scholai 
Coveney, Carol — Class of 1958 Awa 
Daugman, Esther — Sears, Roebuck and 

Award to Outstanding Student in 

tributive Education 
Donle, Roger — Mansfield Scholarship 
Dugas, Jacqueline — Trustees for Walt 

Training School for Nurses' Scholai 
Dyke. Clifford— Warrendale PTA A 
Edwards, Gail— Waltham High Sc 

Alumni Association Scholarship 
Emerson, David — Jewish War Vete 

Award — Classmate Today — Neig 

Tomorrow, Waltham High School 

gate to Mass. Student Government 
Fitzpatrick, Kevin — Waltham High S< 

Alumni Association Scholarship 
Forbes, Charles — Waltham Vocational 

partment — Chrysler Second Place A 
Gallagher, Marcia— WHDH Chann 

TV Award for Outstanding Youth 

munity Service 
Gamble, Lewis — Northeast PTA Aw; 





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SCHOLARSHIPS 






Grenier, Raymond — Harold Pride Schol- 
arship Award from Waltham Rotary 

Haines. Richard — Caroline Peahody Schol- 
arship Award 

Hood, Richard — Huff Memorial Scholar- 
ship 

Howley, Roberta — Trustees for Waltham 
Training School for Nurses' Scholarship 

Kilgore, Jane — Betty Crocker Award 

Kneisel, Fred — Fair Housing Practices 
Award 

.ittlefield, Wayne— German Consul Book 
, for Excellence in German 

Jzotte, Cynthia — Drapkin Nursing Schol- 
arship 

,ong, Robert — Waltham High School Ath- 
letic Boosters' Scholarship to Student 
Athlete 

tfilioto, John— Waltham High School 
Athletic Boosters' Student Athlete 
Swede Nelson Award 

kfobilia, Christine — Waltham Teachers' 
Association Award 

ifurphy, Kerry — Waltham Women's Club 
Award, Hovey Players' Scholarship 

VNeil, Catherine — Waltham School Cus- 
todians' Award, Elk's Salvucci Memorial 
Award 

)'Reilly, Daniel — Westinghoure Talent 
Search Winner. Medal for excellence 
in Mathematics. Rensaleer Medal as 
Outstanding Student in Science, Scho- 
lastic Magazine. Writing Award — 
Schaeffer Pen, Armed Forces Electronics 
Center Fellowship 
Pergola, Mary Ann — Waltham Women's 



Club Award 

Pilla, Janice — Zonta Award as Outstanding 
Student in Clothing 

Pineau, Donna — Trustees Waltham Train- 
ing School for Nurses' Scholarship 

Prophet, Craig — Waltham Musical Club 
Award 

Rhodes, Royal — Phi Beta Kappa Award to 
Member of Senior Class, Waltham High 
School Graduate Award 

Santoro, Robert — Classical League Award 
to Outstanding Student in Latin 

Shirley, Joan — Rotary Club of Waltham 
Scholarship, Suburban Club, Waltham 
College Club 

Straggas, Christine — DAR Good Citibenship 
Award and Medal, Whittemore PTA 

Surette, Francis — Waltham Vocational 
School, Chrysler Second Place Award 

Thibeault, Jeanne — Trustees Waltham 
Training School for Nurses' Scholarship 

Tierney, Paula — Drapkin Nursing Scholar- 
ship 

Tumminelli, Ste\en — Waltham Sons of 
Italy Scholarship 

Tupper, Bruce — Bausch and Lombe Medal 
for Outstanding Student in Science, 
German Consul Book for Excellence 
in German 

Vanaria, Richard — Vocational School 
Memorial Award to Outstanding Student 
in Leadership and Initiative 

Walker, Paul — Anthony LaCava Schol- 
arship, German Consul Book for Ex- 
cellence in German, Raymond Craw- 
ford Memorial Award, Barbershop 
Quartet Award 







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First Row: Victor Landry, Edward Gentile, Robert Battaglia, Gillis LeBlanc, Paul Hart, Walter Kneeland, Curtis Barnard, Edwa. 
LeBlanc, Robert Glovasky, Thomas Ferreira, Neil Golden, Raymond Belliveau. Second Row: David McGrath, Paul Corcoran, Frederi< 
Bussiere, Thomas Grimes, Willard Jasset, David Cannistraro, Robert Barnhart, Raymond Grenier, Donald Adams, Russell Aucoi 
Third Row: Eldon McWilliams, Steven Bailey, Paul Crocco, Robert Stanley, Robert Senior, Robert Wheeler, Jorg Bewersdoi 
Ernest Arsenault, Peter Gosselin, Arthur Chandonait, Richard Vanaria, Kenneth McKelvie, Richard Emberley, Thomas Hinds, Thorn 
Farrell, James Mjlligan, Ronald Kukis, Robert Devoe, Paul Schiavone, Gerald Daigle. Fourth Row: Francis Surette, Charles Forb( 
David Zanco, Lawrence LeBrun, Raymond Bell, Stephen Dunckel, Roger LeBlanc, William Chisholm, James Cormier, James Lai 
John Driscoll, Thomas Connors, James Corbett, Ronald Lahey, William Morrow, Paul Coakley, Joseph McManus, Warren Light. 



Js)afi£am 
Uocaiional 





SAFETY COMMITTEE 
First Row: Bob Stanley, Tom Hinds, Bill Morrow, Bob Glovasky, Bob De 
Second Row: Joseph McManus, Steve Bailey, Mr. Kennedy — Director, 
mond Grenier. 

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YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Robert Glovasky 

Richard Emberley 

Ronald Kukis 




CLASS GIFT COMMITTEE 

Fred Bussiere 
Thomas Ferreira 




CLASS DAY COMMITTEE 

Paul Coakley 

Raymond Grenier 



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JKachine Department 




First Row: Ernest Arsenault, Stephen Dunckel, Roger LeBlanc, Raymond Bell, Richard Vanaria, Mr. Lando, James Milligan, Kenneth 
McKelvie, Peter Gosselin, Thomas Farrell, Arthur Chandonait. Second Row: William MacDonald, Reginald LeBlanc, Lloyd Ruggles, 
Robert Gaudet, Alexander Demeo, Ronald Kukis, Jorg Bewerdorf, Mr. Procop, Mr. McCloskey, Richard Emberley, Thomas Hinds, 
Bruce Whitney, Stephen Stephanian, Raymond Brannelly, Roger Cormier, Raymond Bamford. Third Row: William Whelan, Alfred 
Girouard, James Muise, Paul Walsh, Robert Beaudette, Kevin Wyman, James Ingersoll. Ivan Weatherbee, David Fuller, Robert 
Melanson, Joseph Rechella, Leo Collette. 








i^Je/oina Department 








First Row: Ronald Belliveau. Terrance Gautreau. Daniel Bradley. Patrick Oi I lis. Patrick McDonnell. Kenneth Bardsley. Sa • ■<" K r. 
Ronald Rousseau, Richard Regan. Robert Stanley. Mr Lehane, Max Frigault, Thomas Anderson 



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Fifst' Row: Paul Corcoran, Russell Aucoin, Donald Adams, Thomas Grimes, Frederick Bussiere, Mr. Daniels, Mr. St. Martin, David 
McGrath, Raymond Grenier, Robert Barnhart, Willard Jassett, David Cannistraro. Second Row: Anthony Gorgone, Wayne Alterisio, 
John Galligan, William Casella, George MacDonald, John Ferro, Timothy Coye, Ronald Doucette, Russell Falzone, Gary 
Chamberlain. Third Row: John Evans, William Fletcher, Walter Maclnnis, George Lanthier, Kenneth Backman, Russell Gray, 
David MacNeill, Jean DeForge, Gerald Chiasson, William Fraser. 

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SCHOOL 




First Row: Arthur Milliken, Reno Swanson, Robert Glovasky, Edward LeBlanc, Paul Schiavone, Thomas Ferreira, Neil Golden. 
Warren Light, Joseph Hebert, Craig Cady, John Mahery. Second Row: Mr. Scimemi, Ronald Paolino, William Cotrone, Daniel Cor- 
mier, Raymond Anderson, Robert Kelley, John Sozanski, John Cincotta, Russell Grenier. Jack Silva, Mr. Viscarello. Third Row: 
Walter Boudrot, Eugene Stevens, Ronald Goughlan, Richard Putnam, Richard Johnson, Michael Schichilone, Gary Fuchs, Richard 
Powers, Clifford Cutler. 





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First row: James Corbett, William Chisholm, John Driscoll, Mr. Kenney, Mr. Lambert, Mr. Goodwin, Thomas Connors, Paul Hart, 
James Lally, Walter Kneeland. Second Row: James Cormier, Robert Collura, Peter Raguso, James Savage, James Carr, James Falzone, 
Stephen Bright, Warren Jacobs, Eugene Cobuzzi, Alfred Arsenault, John Morris, Dismas Gallant, Steven Bailey, George Friend. 
Third Row: William Gorman, Salvatore Scafidi, Ronald Powlesland, Paul Howes, Peter Back, Richard Maxwell, William Wright, 
John Chisholm, Ronald DeVincent, Bruce Cavanaugh, Thomas Alfred, John Monaco, Walter LeBlanc, Ralph Chernosky. 

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drafting Department 






First Row: Joseph McManus, Robert Senior, Paul Travalme, Mr Hendry. Steven Wellman. James Coll. William Walker 5 
Row: Albert Raimondi, Paul Peters, Charles Lamont. Joseph Raschella. Joseph Rando. David Ahlrnan. Robert Ar^enault. Anthonv Rous 
seau. 



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First Row: William Morrow, Gerard Daigle, Mr. Russell, Mr. Stanley, Eldon McWilliams, Edward Gentile, Ronald Lahey. Second 
Row: Aldo Agustino, Roger Tambascia, Emile Belliveau, Larry Wilbur, Charles Duffer, Richard O'Regan, Paul Swanson, Frank 
Maker, Stephen Newell, Paul Bisson, William Long, James Ball, Bruce McCorry. Third Row: Philip Talbot, James Carpentino, 
Bruce Pomelow, Alan Burke, Arthur Sharpe, Stephen Lopez, Weldon MacLean. 




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First Row: Mr. Back, Robert Wheeler, Anthony Bonica, Douglas Light, Bruce Josephson, Robert Fiore, John Moran, Robert Wheeler, 
Gerald Fucci, Mr. Kalishman. Second Row: Charles Kaufman, John Burke, Curtis Barnard, Joseph Guelli, Richard Catino, Roger 
Nelson, Michael Le Brun, Paul Allen, David Hire, Roger Perry, Stephen Marrano, Antonio Pulsone, Bruce Josephson, Paul Allen, Robert 
Battaglia, Robert Calf. Third Row: Frank Surette, Chaxles Forbes, David Zanco, Lawrence Le Brun, John Vanderlinden, Paul Coakley. 
Gilles Le Blanc, Paul Crocco, Victor Landry, Raymond Belliveau, Paul Hart, Thomas McFarland, John Moran, Robert Devoe. 




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of "Tomorrow's America." Th 
of one of our first grea*" 
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sloped into a self-seeking generation which ' d< 

of vipers." Each^of us must ffl social cai 

^refusal to face the problem of r< 

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' humanities make us mcj*«fTfy*|ommitted and ready to cope* with problems in the social 

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by his present' knowledge and position, but bvwh^he makes 

We won't all become world leaders, but each of us can strive for excellence which 

Tf leadership ... We must not settle 

termine the strength of Tomorrow's America." 



LINDA MURPHY 



itivity requires no special education. Whether it be a child playing with blocks or a physicist wres- 
ling with the mysteries of the atom, the basic action is the same . . . Most of us are familiar with our 
nany past scientific accomplishments. But what of those to come? . . . Let's not look in the well-lighted 
)laces, however, in our search for new ideas . . . Instead, we must look in the dark corners. It has been 
lid, "If it is dark enough, you can see the stars." Let's look for the stars." 

DANIEL F. X. O'REILLY 



"Today, man can eat precooked foods . . . look forward to a longer span of life, and destroy his entire 
c vilized world with the touch of a finger . . . The Unisphere stands for the hope of tomorrow . . . Through 
u iderstanding we can consolidate today's advances and realize tomorrow's potential, that today's world of 
u irest will advance into tomorrow's world of peace. But the men who started this hope are not the 
o les who will make it a reality; rather the realization of "Peace Through Understanding" will come from 
t( day's and tomorrow's graduates. It is our responsibility!" 

BRUCE TUPPER 




^Activities 




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"And the glow from that fire can truly light the world' 

JOHN F. KENNEDY 

STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 





First Row: Carol Coveney, Jane Kilgore, Anne Hignite, Linda Murphy, Sheryl 
Hamilton, Sally Agrillo, Judith Anderson, Arlene Genova, Christine Mobilia. 
Second Row: Gail Edwards, Elizabeth MacKenzie, Janice Fair, Cynthia Stewart, 
Carol Shedd, Mary Giardina, Roberta Howley, Loreen Edry, Joan Shirley, Genie 
Polower, Janice Cincotta. Third Row: Barbara Oatt, Julia Kaznocha, Paul Walker, 
Donald Hinsman, Robert Santoro, Richard Hood, Bruce Tupper, Robert Long, 

Wayne Littlefield, Richard Haines, 
Robert Pazzano, Rosemarie Cipriano. 
Nancy Cotter. Missing: Royal 
Rhodes, Paula Medaglia. 



Rosemarie Cipriano — 

Secretary 

Anne Hignite — 

Treasurer 

Paul Walker— 

President 

Christine Mobilia — 

Vice President 



First Row: Susan VanderWyk, Barbara Zilin- 
skas, Bonnie Reasor, Caren Smelledge, Cathy 
Quinn, Donna Chakalis, Carol Rodes, Bettv 
Scheinfeldt, Marie Daly, Cathy Bradbury, 
Maureen McHugh. Second Row: Barbara 
Furne, Lai la Salo, Susan Poison, Kathryn 
King, Deborah Rose, Brenda Smith, Patricia 
Girolamo, Irene Restieri, Clare Kirley, Mari- 
anne Manzon, Frances Deary, Teresa Olivo. 
Third Row: Donald Lesure, Peter Martocchio, 
William Herrick, Fred Ciaramaglia, Edward 
May, George Swift, Drew Jackson, Paul St. 
Armand, Andrew Crane, John Krol, Ethan 
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Left to right: Diane Pergola — Secretary; Mary Ann Pergola — Girls' 
Vice President; Steven Ducey — President; John Connelly — Boys' Vice 
President; Christine Mobilia — Treasurer. 




— WBH. 



Row 1: S. Broderick, B. Welton, B. McFayden, J. Petrulavage, J. Dozois, D. Rose, B. Smith, D. Hargreaves, V. Murphy, L. Lazaro. 
Row 2: D. Condell, S. Agrillo, D. Schaufus, B. Zilinskas, J. Dugas, J. Kaznocha, N. Gledhill, L. Keith, M. Johnson, J. Cain, 
B. Mancuso, C. Gatta. Row 3: S. McGonigle, S. Bolio, J. Landry* M. MacDonald, M. A. Manzon,* E. Castellana, M. Giardina, 
J. Anderson, B. Reasor, S. Berrio v B. Morang, V. A. Semenza, C. Sennett, K. O'Reilly. Row 4: K. Eisner, D. Greco, J. Graceffa, 
J. Giampetro, C. Baumann, D. Pergola, J. Beagan, N. Russell, M. E. Keohane, C. Christian, C. Mobilia. Row 5: C. Turner, A. Thibeault, 
R. Dion, R. Vasquezi, D. Lesuer, C LaCava, D. O'Reilly, T. Kelley, V. Porter. Row 6: B. Llewellyn, B. MacCausland, W. Hinckley, 
J. Castellana, S. Ducey, J. Connelly, D. Emerson. 

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"Le Cercle Francais," the first French club 
ever to exist at W.H.S., was organized in 
November of 1961, under the supervision 
of Madame Johnson. The club's main pur- 
pose is to stimulate interest in conversational 
French. This included an excursion to a 
French restaurant and a viewing of a film, 
based on the novel by Labriche, in which 
the dialogue was completely in French. 

With their distinctive berets and red, 
white, and blue insignia "Le Cercle Francais" 
adds a French flavoring to W.H.S. We all 
hope that it will continue to be as successful 
as it is now. 




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First Ron 1 : Arlene Genova, Rose 
Marie Cipriano, Gregory Sterns, 
Marjorie Oldford, Bruce Rosen, 
Barbara Oatt — President, Philip 
Slotnick, Sandra Keyes, Larry Car- 
darelli, Stephanie . Casale. Second 
Row: Nancy Cotter, Paul Crapo, 
Debbie Miller, John Archdeacon, 
June O'Leary, Daniel O'Reilly, 
Maureen Pheeney, Domenic Pa- 
tano, Joan Shirley, Chuck Belyea, 
Carol Salamone, Joseph Zielinski. 



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First Row: Betty MacKenzie, Gail Edwards, Carol Coveney, Martha Chaisson. Second Row: Ethan Kra, 
Alan Etkind, Lewis Gamble, Steven Tumminelli, Bruce Tupper. Third Row: Paul Walker, Robert 
Elliot, Donald Leseur, George Swift, Stanley Zwirbla, Jeffrey Mason, Paul St. Armand, Fred Ciara- 
maglia, Brian Madden. 



^Audio' Visual 
Staff 

First Row: Mike Guzzi, Dave 
Chaisson, Larry Conneamey, Gor- 
don Drake, Steven Trudeau, War- 
ren Doe, John Grimes, Nick Ma- 
riani, Mr. Gilliam — Faculty Ad- 
visor. Second Row: Anthony Za- 
toonian, Shepherd Crane, Alan 
Williamson, Carl Reynolds, Greg 
McElroy, Bob Code. Third Row: 
Charles Wilson, Joseph Castellana, 
Edward Deptula, Richard Bush- 
way, Rodney Cail, Peter O'Malley, 
George Gero, Paul Elkins, Charles 
Turner, Douglas Greco, Victor 
Charnley, Ken Eisner, John De- 
veau. 




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Royal Rhodes, Co-President; Jennifer Newcombe, Secretary; Michael Szpak, 
Co-President; William Alper, Vice President; Ronald Lamy, Co-President. Missing: 
Delores Cardillo, Treasurer. 

UxeSOlued: Jnaf Social Security H^ene/its 

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Gomp/ete JKeoical Care. 





Sally Giacosanzio, Betty Scheinfeldt, Paula Medaglia, Andrea Economo, Janet Wencis, Jennifer Newcombe, Janet Burke, Ronald 
Lamy, Royal Rhodes, Michael Szpak, Albert Namias, John Berndtson, Delores Cardillo. William Alper. Kneeling: Barbara Corliss, 
Janice Landry. 



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First Row: Edward May, Barbara Phillips, Linda Shaw, Mary Hans- 
berry, Laila Salo, Judy Dozois, Barbara Furne. Second Row: Janet 
Brehm, Sally Ann Giacosanzio, Janet Benger, Mary Lea Mabie, 
Maureen Pheeney, Betty MacKenzie, Maureen McHugh, Faith Luder. 
Susan Poison, Debbie Rose. Third Row: Joan Andrada, Roy Rhodes, 
Gail Edwards, Genie Polower, Gretchen Kromer, Betty Scheinfeldt, 
Debby Crane, Joan Shirley, Cathy O'Neill, Mary Jane Giardina, 
Maureen Ravalli, June O'Leary, Janice Landry, Josephine Klarmann, 
Irene Restieri. 



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Deborah Crane, Royal Rhodes, Gretchen Kromer 





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VOCATIONAL STAFF 

First Row: Robert Stanley, Paul Coakley, Richard Vanaria, 
Robert Senior. Second Row: Fred Bussiere, Walter Kneeland, 
William Morrow. 




First Row: Genie Polower, Patricia Cooke, Carol Coveney, Elaine Resnikoff, Nancy Cotter, Barbara Weinstein, Susan Vanderwyk, Barbara 
Corliss, Janice Landry, Carol Faulkner, Barbara Furne, Judy Cox. Second Row: Barbara Oatt, Maureen Pomerleau, Terry Kulka, Linda 
Welch, Corrine Brown, Eileen O'Neill, Mary Lea Mabie, Ruth Lamport, Marilyn Dronseiko, Diane Faulkner, Elizabeth Dunkerly, Eileen 
O'Neill, Diane Iagulli, Susan Chane. Third Row: Joan Andrada, Eleanor Castellano, Gail Edwards, Marie Daly, Barbara Zilinskas, Cathy 
Bradbury, June O'Leary, Mary Rose, Pat Foley, Vera Ann Semenza, Pauline Beaver, Cathy Quinn, Maureen Mitchell, Barbara Thomas, 
Charles Belyea, James Beckwith, Domenic Patano. Fourth Row: Martha Waickwicz, Sandra Keyes, Mary Ellen Bradley, Mary Dacey, 
Maria Juliano, Linda Cincotta, Charlene Cocchiara, Doris Brooks, Jill Carson, Judy Brady, Donna Pierce, Maryann Manzon, Susan Bratenas, 
Cathy Landrigan, Suzanne Poirier, Mary Giardina, Martha Chaisson, Judy Anderson. 



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F.T.A. OFFICERS 




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OFFICERS 



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Shirley LeOair — Secretary 
MaryAnn Pergola — President 



JUNIORS 




OFFICERS 




SOPHOMORES 



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Dolores Condell — Treasurer 
Susan Broderick — Vice President 



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Setting the year off 
on the right note was 
the job of our band 
and chorus, both under 
the direction of Mr. 
Herbert J. Philpott. 
Our collegiate looking 
band performed at all 
our football games, 
while the chorus made 
its debut at the Christ- 
mas assembly. The Tri- 
W concert and the all- 
city concert left both 
groups little time for 
rest. 




first Rou: Edwin Chernosky, Wayne Gebhardt, Elaine Sinclair, Christopher Welts. David King. 
Joseph Mrosczyk, Debby Lester, Roger Hagopian, Debby Webb. Second Rou: Barbara Benson. Eliza- 
beth Dunkerley, George Stevens, Thomas Landry. Paul Stempson, Robert Clark. John Chilingerian. 
Jeremy Welts. Third Row: Paul Walker, Stephen Defino. Richard Stevens. Timothy Reed. Kenneth 
Fraize, Richard Haines, Donald Holl, Craig Prophet. Fourth Rou: Jack Weiner. Lester Evans. Harmon 
Dunbar, William Alper, Ronald DeMello, David Banks, Paul Clifford. Fifth Row: Douglas Dow. 
Robert Phillips, William Madden, Michael Fine. Missing from picture: William Romaniecki, 
Leonard Faucher. 

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Marsha MacDonald, Judy 
Goode, Carolyn Davidson, Bar- 
bara Furne, Gail Alimansky, 
Many Hansberry, Albert Vel- 
ella, Sheila Davis, Linda Eagan, 
Betty MacKenzie, Linda Mur- 
phy, Glenda Thompson, Anne 
Hignite, Sue Bratenas, Gail 
Edwards, Carol Faulkner, Mar- 
ilyn Dronseiko, Martha Chais- 
son, Dianne Faulkner, Mrs. 
Flynn, Sue Poirier, Jennifer 
Newcombe, June O'Leary, Sus- 
an Poison, Pat Cooke, Linda 
Procter. 





[Jjusiness £)epi. 
Staff 

Linda Vantour, Martha Ban- 
croft, Linda Aucoin, Clare 
Dionisio, Geraldine Gaeta, 
Marjorie Lombardi, Dee Dou- 
cette, Rosarie Vasile, Ann La- 
mont, Nancy Oatt, Ruth Mc- 
Phee, Bernadette Falzone. 



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MacLeod, Rosalie Scifo, Eleanor 
Lobdell. 




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First Row: Jane Scanlon, JoAnn Noke, Susan Glidden, Mrs. Hughes, Nancy Jackson, Noel Manning, 
Patricia Texeira, Anne Hignite, Diane Shaw, Diane Porreca, Barbara McFayden. Second Row: 
Deborah Crane, Marcia Gallagher, Pearl Deneault, Sheila Davis, Carol Salamone, Phyllis Quirk, Pam 
Quirk. 



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First Row: Marie Daly, Andrea 
Economo, Marlies Willsher, 
Carol Chaisson, Mary Rose, 
Richard Hood, Janice Landry, 
Ellen Salo, Patricia Doherty, 
Susan Poison, Susan Vander- 
Wyk. Second Row: Genie Polo- 
wer, Cathryn O'Neill, Fern 
Tanner, Linda Shaw, Deborah 
Rose, Brenda Smith, Barbara 
Phillips, Joan Shirley, Donna 
Cane, Marie Davenport, Aud- 
rey Gustavson. Third Row: 
Mary Hansberry, Barbara Tush- 
in, William Madden, Harmon 
Dunbar, Roland Vanaria, 
Heinz Albrecht, John Clarke, 
George Swift, Timothy Reed, 
Ronald Lamy, Robert Bowen, 
Barbara Furne. 





Dramatics 

GfuS 

First Ron: Sandy Camuti. Ann 
Grasso, Carol Salamone, Ma- 
rion Cutting. Doris Njus. 5<c- 
ond Row: Janet Wends. Kath- 
leen Nicotera, Debby Webb, 
Eileen O'Neill, Ellen O'Reilly. 
Third Row: Susan Poison. Ber- 
nadette Mancuso, Suzanne Poir- 

ier, Judy Clin, Susan Chane. 
Evelyn Hyder, Joan Sheehan. 
Charles Belyea. Albert Namias. 
Fourth Row: Robert Ryan. 
Richard Leard. Peter Martoc- 
chio. Michael O'Neil. Richard 
Bushway, John Bray. William 
Blanchard. 



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Ethan Kra, Fred Ciaramaglia, Robert Santoro, Charles Belyea, Cliff Moy, Alfred Madeiros, Mr. 
Distel, George Schiff, Gail Kulin, Donald Hay, Daniel O'Reilly, Paul St. Armand, Stanley Zwirbla, 
Bill Romaneicki, Robert Pazzano, Philip Slotnick, Douglas Greco, Suzanne Poirer, Anne Grasso. 




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First Row: Daniel O'Reilly, 
Richard Vanaria, Alan Teich- 
man, Robert Pazzano, Lewis 
Gamble, Tom Kelley. Second 
Row: Dave Emerson, Royal 
Rhodes, Paul Walker, Doug 
Morash, Bruce Tupper, Ste- 
phen Tumminelli, John Con- 
nelly. 



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First Row: Steve Condell, Mike Fine, John Krol, Reed Miller, Gail Stempson, Mgr., Captain Craig Prophet, Debbie Crane, 
Mgr., Bill Frazier, Don Lesuer, Bob Fine, Alan Goldman. Second Row: Tom Kelley, James Lambros, Drew Jackson, Fred 
Kneisel, John Nason, Lester Evans, Dick McFarland, Larry Nickolai, Bob Ryan, Dick Frostig. Third Row: Jim Shea, Tom Wheeler, 
Andy Crane, Tom McLaughlin, Art LeBlanc, Jack Kromer, Bill Madden, Charles Barnes, Don Hinsman. 




tom Mclaughlin 




ART LeBLANC 



As in previous years our cross country team sported another winning season 
in Suburban League competition posting a respectable 6-3 record. Cross country, 
a sport that is all running, requires a great deal of daily practice and assistance. 
We thank our team for their tiring efforts and Coach Lee Gould for his most 
needed guidance. 




MALDEN 


L 


NATICK 


W 


ARLINGTON 


W 


FRYBURG ACADEMY 


W 


NEWTON SOUTH 


w 


BATES COLLEGE J.V. 


w 


WEYMOUTH 


L 


NEWTON 


L 


REVERE 


W 



DON HINSMAN 



DICK FROSTIG 





CRAIG PROPHET 



FRED KNEISEL 




JOHN NASON 




TOM KELLEY 



UracA 




COACH GOULD 



First Row: Sandra Keyes, Mgr., Captain Craig Prophet, Debbie Crane, Mgr. Second Row: Dick 
Stevens, Lester Evans, Dick Frostig, Dick MacFarland, Reed Miller, Peter Hardy, Fred Kneisel, 
Tom Wheeler, Ron Fournier, Bill Frazier, Jack Nason, Tom McLaughlin, Coach Lee Gould. 
Third Row: Peter O'Malley, Walter McGuire, Paul Clare, Steve Condell, Dick Furbush, Dave 
Keeler, Steve O'Neill, Nick Mariani, Don Ricciato, Drew Jackson, Steve Hardy, Skip Vaccarello, 
Larry Enos, Bob Connors. Fourth Row: John Graceffa, Warren Dow, Bob Keyes, John Toohil, Joe 
DeSisto, Joe DeStefano, Doug Morash, Jim Shea, Charlie Morrison, Charlie Turner, John Mahoney, 
Don Hinsman, Art LeBlanc, George McClary, Earl Hardy. 




RECORD 




1963-64 




CAMBRIDGE 


W 


ARLINGTON 


L 


WEYMOUTH 


L 


QUINCY 


L 




CHARLES MORRISON 



CHARLES TURNER 





First Row: Vincent Vaccarello, Ken Shea, Ron Benson, Andy Daniels, John Vanderlinden, Co-Capt. Charles Morrison, Co-Capt. Ted 
Arico, John Milioto, Tom Burke, Peter Hardy, Dick Anderson, Bob Long. Second Row: Bob Fitzgerald, Bob Gaudet, Bob Connors, 
Fred Faulkner, Rod LaForte, Bill O'Mara, Art Milliken, Paul Connolly, Mike Dennis, Don Brophy, Bruce Yeamons, Joe DiSisto, 
Robert Vittum. Third Row: Al Birchler, Larry Enos, Louis Arnold, Ray Bell, John Mahoney, Larry LeBrun, Perry Brown, Bob Faurnier, 
Buster McGovern, Taylor Johnson, George Campbell, Walter McGuire. 



The 1963 football players made up a team that everyone 
was proud to have on the field because of their great spirit 
and effort. Despite their record of one win and seven 
losses, their performance always proved a challenge to 
opponents. 



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1964 RECORD 




MALDEN 


34- 


L 


BROOKLINE 


18-14 


L 


ARLINGTON 


28- 


L 


HAVERHILL 


38- 6 


L 


WEYMOUTH 


6- 


L 


BROCKTON 


20-18 


W 


NEWTON 


30- 8 


L 


SOMERVILLE 


12- 


L 




CO-CAPTAIN CHARLES MORRISON 



CO-CAPTAIN TED ARICO 




KEN 
SHEA 



JOHN 
MILIOTO- 



BOB 
LONG 



RAY 
BELL 



RON 

BENSON 



LARRY 
LeBRUN 




1964 RECORD 



RINDGE 

BROCKTON 

CAMBRIDGE 

ARLINGTON 

SOMERVILLE 

WATERTOWN 

NEWTON 

BROOKLINE 

RINDGE 

BROCKTON 

CAMBRIDGE 

ARLINGTON 

WATERTOWN 

NEWTON SOUTH 

NEWTON 

BROOKLINE 

WEYMOUTH 

SOMERVILLE 

NEWTON SOUTH 



77-71 
71-61 
58-34 
58-38 
64-62 
66-39 
73-48 
82-60 
61-40 
60-56 
72-46 
54-47 
73-61 
62-49 
71-63 
57-54 
52-51 
104-80 
78-63 



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TECH TOURNEY 



B. C. HIGH 

MALDEN 







First Row: Dave Emerson, Art Milliken, Co-Capt. Carl Krinipol, Bill Garrigan, Wayne Alden, Tony DeLosa, Mgr. Second Row: J. V. 
Coach Tom McGovern, Dave Cincotta, Mgr., Joe Cincotta, Bob Connors, Bill Judkins, Al Thibeault, Coach Don Prohovich. 
Missing from picture: Co-Capt. Art Piper and Bob Vasquezi. 




COACH DON PROHOVICH 



Rookie coach Don Prohovich, former bas- 
ketball star of Holy Cross, led Waltham to 
its first Tech Tourney berth since 1957 with 
a respectable 13-7 record. We all hope that 
he will continue coaching "winning ball" in 
future years. 



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Under Co-Captains Art Piper and Carl 
Krinipol the Crimson Hoopsters enjoyed one 
of their finest seasons in Suburban League Bas- 
ketball. Junior Bill Judkins averaged 17 points 
per game, and co-captain Art Piper scored a 
record breaking 36 points against Newton. 
Thus W.H.S. compiled a 13-5-2 league record 
which qualified them for the Tech Tourna- 
ment. In the Tech they defeated a powerful 
B. C. High team, and then lost a close one 
to Maiden, who finished first in the tourna- 
ment. 





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ART PIPER 



CO-CAPTAIN 
CARL KRINIPOL 



1964 



BILL GARRIGAN 



BOB VASQUEZI 



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Judy LeRette, Diane Pergola, Sally Agrillo, Donna Schaufus, Suzanne Dawson, Arlene 
Genova, Captain, Janice Frazier, Judy Dozois, Jane Tyman, Cindy Small, Judy 
Anderson. 





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JANET PETRULAVAGE 



MARY ANN PERGOLA 




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COACH WALTER BRINN 




First Row: Bob McCausland, Jim Bowse, Jim Clarke, Ed Tupling, George Campbell, George McPhee, Al Cormier, 
Captain, Dave Crusco, Peter Hardy, Bill Butman. Second Row: Bob La Croix, Don Ricciato, John Connelly, Tom Kelley, 
Earl Hardy, Steve Hardy, Kevin Fahey, David Ohnemus, James Lexander. 



With topnotch coaching from Walter Brinn, the 1964 
hockey team had one of its greatest seasons, compiling a 
10-3-1 record. This energetic team astounded the G.B.I. 
League by beating undefeated Arlington and Brookline. 
Enthusiastic Captain Dave Crusco led a well organized 
team to the State Hockey Tournament at the Boston Arena, 
where Waltham lost a heartbreaker by 1-0 to Maiden in 
the second sudden death overtime period. 



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1964 RECORD 




! NEWTON 3-1 


L 


MEDFORD 2-0 


W 


ARLINGTON 3-0 


L 


BROOKLINE 1-1 


T 


SOMERVILLE 4-3 


W 


RINGE TECH 3-0 


W 


CAMBRIDGE 6-0 


w 


NEWTON 4-2 


L 


MEDFORD 2-1 


W 


ARLINGTON 2-0 


W 


BROOKLINE 3-0 


w 


SOMERVILLE 10-0 


w 


RINGE TECH 5-1 


w 


STATE TOURNAMENT 




MALDEN 1-0 


L 





JIM CLARKE 




ED TUPLING 



JOHN CONNELLY 



GEORGE McPHEE 




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Bob Gaudet, Co-Capt. John Kadzis, Co-Capt. Jim Earley, Chris Leonard, Jim 
Noble. 






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Advisor: 
MR. O'BRIEN 



DAVE CHAISSON, BOB LESEUR, DON 
LESEUR. 



Returning next year are valuable assets 
to the swim team: Dick Anderson, who was 
third in the 100 yard back stroke at the 
State Meet and outstarters Don Leseur and 
Dan Krol. Also, a capable replacement for 
senior diver Bob Gaudet is Jim Capentino. 

The 1964 W.H.S. swim team was led 
by co-captains John Kadzis, who was in the 
top eight contenders in the butter fly stroke, 
at the State Meet and Jim Earley, who made 
the top eight in distance at the meet. Honor- 
able mention is given to Bob Gaudet for his 
exquisite form and style as a diver. 

A word of appreciation is given to the 
advisor of the swim team, Mr. O'Brien who 
gave a lot of time and effort to the boys. 



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1964 RECORD 




BROCKTON 


\X 


BROOKLINE 


1 


LYNN ENGLISH 


\X 


BOSTON ENGLISH 


] 


WELLESLEY 


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CATHOLIC MEMORIAL 


] 


CAMBRIDGE 


NX 


RINDGE 


V< 


BOSTON LATIN 


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1963-64 RECORD 




NEWTON 


W 


WAYLAND 


W 


CONCORD 


L 


WATERTOWN 


W 


ACTON 


W 


BEDFORD 


W 


MALDEN 


w 


MARLBORO 


L 


MELROSE 


L 



First Row: Stan Zwirbla, Len Erickson, John Tcohil, Fred Ciaramaglia. Second Row: 
Al Medeiros, John Cincotta, Co-Capt. Fred Bussiere, Coach Siano, Co-Capt. Peter 
Mostowitz, Jeff Mason, Don Uhlin. 



The sharp shooting rifle team posted a 
neat record of six wins out of nine matches. 
Coach Siano's superb training of the boys 
resulted in Jeff Mason, a senior, boasting 
the highest average and Jack Toohill, a 
junior, with the second highest average. 
The Expert Award was presented to two 
outstanding seniors, Len Erickson and Al 
Mederios, and to a prominent sophomore, 
John Cincotta. 



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This year's better than ever golf team 
achieved an excellent record of seven 
wins and one loss with the fine assistance 
of Coach Elliot. 



1964 RECORD 




ARLINGTON 


W 


RINDGE 


W 


BROOKLINE 


W 


CAMBRIDGE 


W 


RINDGE 


W 


ARLINGTON 


w 


CAMBRIDGE 


w 


BROCKTON 


L 




F. Pilicy, W. Madden, J. Reardon, B. Barry, S. Goodwin, D. Sullivan, J. Krol. 




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COACH RAY YETTEN 



First Row: Don Brophy, Ron Pelletier, Bob MacCausland, Kevin Ryan, Ernie Arsenault, Joe 
LeBlanc, Art Milliken, Ken Shea, Captain Ted Arico, Bob Elliott. Second Row: Coach Ray Yetten, 
Al Priest, Dick Leard, Paul Agrillo, Paul Kneeland, Frank Grueter, Tom Gemelli, Norm 
Elliott, Buzz Borden, Bill Lyons Mgr. 



Waltham High's 1964 team showed their baseball finesse in the expert fielding 
of Kevin Ryan, Art Milliken, and Don Brophy, assisted by infielders, Ken Shea, 
Ernie Arsenault, and Captain Ted Arico. Reliable shortstop Bo McCausland had 
the team's highest batting average. When the chips were down, our dependable 
pitchers, the Elliott Brothers, Bob and Norm, and equally capable Buzz Borden, 
proved their skills by pulling the team through the Brookline game, thereby qualify- 
ing W.H.S. for the State Tournament. The W.H.S. nine earned distinction as Co- 
Champs of the Suburban League after outplaying Lowell at M.I.T. The boys won 
the Eastern Mass. Championship in an exciting game against a highly rated Somer- 
ville team. Finally, in late June W.H.S. became the State Champs by beating Chicopee 
High. Full credit is given to Coach Yetter for his excellent baseball strategy, to 
the fine leadership of Capt. Ted Arico, and to a highly spirited team. Congratula- 
tions to all ! 



1964 RECORD 




RINDGE TECH 


6-1 


W 


f— WATERTOWN 


6-5 


W ■ 


CAMBRIDGE 


6-4 


W 


ARLINGTON 


1-0 


w 


BROCKTON 


6-1 


w 


NEWTON 


10-5 


w 


NEWTON SOUTH 


1-0 


w 


BROOKLINE 


17-1 


w 


WEYMOUTH 


5-2 


L 


RINDGE TECH 


4-3 


W 


WATERTOWN 


6-2 


L 


CAMBRIDGE 


1-0 


W 


ARLINGTON 


7-3 


W 


BROCKTON 


2-0 


L 


NEWTON 


8-3 


W 


NEWTON SOUTH 


5-1 


W 


BROOKLINE 


2-1 


w 


WEYMOUTH 


7-5 


L 


STATE TOURNAMENT 




CONCORD 


16-4 


W 


WEYMOUTH 


5-3 


w 


LOWELL 


2-1 


w 


SOMERVILLE 


2-1 


w 




VICTORS OF THE EASTERN MASS. CHAMPIONSHIP 

166 



CPnoio Quiz 



SEE LAST PAGE 
FOR ANSWERS 




168 




Left to Right: Martha Waickwicz, 
Kathleen Nicotera, Elaine Resni- 
koff, Beverly Lawler, Barbara Cor- 
iss, Elizabeth MacKenzie. Nancy 
Jackson, Sally Agrillo. Carol Bishop, 
Julia Kaznocha, Sharon Maloof, 
Maureen Pheeney, Linda Proctor, 
Judith Goode, Marie Daly, Ruth 
Lamport, Noel Manning. 



VOCATIONAL HIGH OFFICERS 

ROBERT KELLEY— President 
RAYMOND BAMFORD— Vice President 
CHARLES DUFFER— Secretary-Treasurer 



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First Row: James Burke, William Blanchet, Sharon Mogan, Jean Nix, Jane Kelley, Donna Stitt, Patricia Noble, 
Nancy Bowlby, Paula Miele, Pauline McGann, Maureen McHugh, Charles Belyea, Randi Bonica. Second Row: James Berk- 
man, Alan Brooks, Susan Mirabito, Brenda Smith, Susan Sparks, Teresa Olivo, Alice Bennett, Mary Lea Mabie, Faith 
Luder, June O'Leary, William Butman, John Brady. 



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First Row: Judith Goode, Judith Zaccagnini, May Richard, Sheila Fitzpatrick, Bernadette Falzone, Jacqueline Howe, 
Karen Scafidi, Frances Dunn, Phyllis Giungno, Dorothy El well. Second Row: Paul Patenaude, Ronald Parello, Ellen 
Farrell, Judith Young, Susan Hines, David Hoffses, Albert Lewis. Third Row: David Prior, Paul Kneeland, Alban 
Cormier, Michael Pratt, Henry Palumbo, Brian Madden, Timothy Reed. 



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Front Row: Arlene Rubin, Marcia McNamara, Martha Wilson, Shirley LeBlanc, Penny Lydon, Janice Landry-, Lynn Kempt. 
Maureen Mitchell, Donna Kertinis, Kathleen Taylor. Second Row: Richard Renna, Robert Rizzo, Shirley Benger. Linda Barrow. 
Sandra Mitchell, Patricia Lewis, Ruth McPhee, Vernon Porter, Guy Randall. Third Row: Charles Tirone, George Swift, 
Paul Elkins, Frank Vaglica, Robert Chaisson, John Shirley, Richard Tocci, Robert Reardon. Peter Str3ggas. 



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First Row: Janice Champagne, Barbara Carney, Christine Chavez, Bonnie Brown. Donna Chakalis. Anne Cusano. Duis 
Brooks, Lois Christie, Claire Cusano, Maureen Cathcart, Gloria Bry. Second Rou: William Mclvor, Sharon Maloof. Cheryl 
Schools, Jill Carson, Judith Cusack, Mary Dacey, Linda Henebury. Dorothy Carney. Kenneth Harris. Third R<-u : Edward 
McCarthy, Richard Macfarlane, Richard Leard, Michael McHugh. John Mahoney. Walter McGuire. James Cooney. Peter 
Martocchio. Donald Lesuer, Walter Rochatka. 




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First Row: Martha Bancroft, Linda Arsenault, Jane Barnes, Barbara Zilinskas, Margaret Clancy, Maureen Auld, Phyllis 
Orifice, Rosarie Vasile, Janet Wencis, Susan Vander Wyk. Second Row: John Krol, Drew Jackson, Francis Chiasson, Linda 
Welch, Mary Hansberry, Judy Schiffbauer, Shepherd Crain, Leonard Isaacson, Ethan Kra. Third Row: Donald Holl, Wil- 
liam Kilgore, William Herrick, William Judkins, George Swartz, Richard Lentini, Richard Melanson, Michael Hurley, 
Richard Hoyt. 



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First Row: Ingrid Petterson, Andrea Scamman, Holly Pederson, Dianne Porreca, Carole Schaufus, Sandra Potter, Donna 
Gross, Judith Montuori, Maureen Ravalli, Karen Sawicki, Lois Pinkham. Second Row: William Webb, Wayne Henry, Carol 
Redes, Barbara Peterson, Debbie Robinson, Bonnie Reasor, Donna Samways, Pamela Quirk* Jeanne Bourgeois, David Spicer, 
Gordon Smith. Third Row: Scott Woodman, Gary Travis, Wayne Whitford, Richard Specter, John Trombley, Donald Uhlin. 
John Whalen, David Walsh, Mark Sherman. 



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72 




First Row: Linda Di Gregorio, Polly Roberts, Kathy Mclver, Marie Daly, Elizabeth Dunkerley, Joyce Davis, Dianne Faulkner, 
Suzanne Poirier, Cynthia Skotland, Carolyn Davidson, Frances Deary, Claire La Rosee, Claire Dionisio. Second Row: Henry 
LeBlanc, John MaGuire, Peter Mostowitz, James Medeiros, Arthur Nagle, Tom Mullaney, Larry Nicolai, Reed Miller. 



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First Rou: Catherine Quinn, Betty Scheinfeldt. Jeanette Palmer, Charlene Peirce. Marion Santolucito, Jeanne Lane. Mary 

O'Reilly, Nancy McLaughlin, Mary Santa Maria, Marie Hines. Second Rou: Philip Cotoni. Vincent Dagostino, Gwen 

Pugsley, Linda Schooner, Betty Sangeleer, Irene Restieri. Donna Peirce, Priscilla Queen. Linda Shaw, Andrew Crane. 

John Dally. Third Row: Robert Dion. David Maguire, Richard Cybulski. Steven Cohen. Joseph DeSisto, Edward Donle. 
Richard Drechsler, Paul Crapo, Gerald DiCecca. 




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First Row: Edna Gaudet, Elizabeth Giusti, Carol McEnaney, Kathleen Landry, Dolores Juliano, Cynthia Small, Donna Tota- 
grande, Claire Kirley, Judith Griffin, Jacqueline King. Second Row: Lawrence Enos, Dexter Stone, Donald Cox, Ann Marie 
LeBlanc, Roberta Hawking, Marcia Wheeler, Joanne Giorgianni, Patricia Texeira, Challis Wilson, Paul St. Armand, George 
Schiff. Third Row: Elliot Sawin, Gregory Richardson, Thomas Streck, Frederick Wilder, Douglas Sullivan, Peter Santangelo, 
Robert Stevens, Stephen Sarmanian. 




First Row: Patricia Donnelly, Betty Siano, Marilyn Sampson, Linda Champagne, Cheryl Christian, Barbara Corliss, Donna 
Weaver, Helena Murphy, Mary Chaisson, Caren Smelledge, Jean DiGregorio. Second Row: Allen Gaudet, William Hill, 
Salvatore, Falzone, Robert Gangi, Norman Hart, Gail Conti, Sandra Lund, Karen Delfino, Roy Frost, Laurence Fraize, Harmon 
Dunbar, David Mahoney, Joseph Polimer, John Edmunds. 



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First Row: Margie Lombardi, Ellen Lomatire, Diane Hargeavess, Josephine Klarmann, Deborah Rose, Wendy Slater, Ruth 

Lamport, Laila Salo, Marilyn Dronseiko. Second Row: Richard Stevens, Charles Allia, Paul Agrillo, Donald Balansky, 

Joseph Facenda, Peter Hardy, Richard Anderson, Edward May, John Magazu, Richard Ala, Ronald Gudbrandsen, Edward 
Gandolfo. 



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Marianne Manzon. Diane LeBlanc, Ellen Fucci, Marjory Green. Barbara Lickorai. Sharon Halloran, Joanne Fucci, Marilyn 
Gilligan, Janice Giampietro, Barbara Mannino. Second Row: Lynda Osborn, Patricia McConnel, Ruth Leonard, Patricia 
Girolamo, Sharon Haskell. Lynne Lazaro, Patricia Gleeson. Third Row: William Madden. Robert Kelly. Frank Pilicy. 



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175 




First Row: Catherine Bradbury, Jackie Bishop, Susan Green, Pat Aucoin, Lorraine Cafarella, Eva Richard, Nancy Blasioli, 
Lorraine Castellano, Flora Barilone, Linda Aucoin, Joyce Calabufalo. Second Row: Anthony Bergantino, Robert Connors, 
Paul Daley, Fred Ciaramaglia, Ronald De Mello, Richard Chartrand, Susan Berrio, Ann Capoccia, Judy Bartleman, 
Barry Tushin, Everett Skinner, Arthur Peterson, Richard Bennett, William Aucoin, Anthony De Losa. 



CRoom W-20I 




First Row: Karyn Forbes, Deanna Doucette, Jane Tyman, Patricia Veno, Donna Conchiglia, Donna Cameron, Kathleen 
Conti, Anna LeBlanc, Patricia Cooke, Barbara Furne. Second Row: Richard Pagliazzo, Charles McCullough, Marion Com- 
posto, Mary Fougere, Janet Cosgrove, Janice Cormier, Eleanor Fiorillo, Jacqueline Doyle, Tom McCue, . Kenneth Von 
Thaden. Tihrd Row: Dee Malloch, William O'Mara, Leo Martin, Donovan Lester, Kenneth Clasby, George Carlson, 
Robert LeFort, Robert MacCausland, Patrick McDaniel. 




176 




First Row: Mary Ellen Bradley, Suzanne Chagncn, Ida Lanni, Catherine Cardillo, Barbara Vigue, Deborah Butler, Ethel 
Cobb, Judith Brady, Patricia Brown, Sarina Cannistraro. Second Row: James Ferrante, Robert Kampe, Peter Place, 
Cynthia Daigle, Paula Fitzpatrick, Martha Waickwicz, Patricia Boliver, Pauline Beaver, Charlene Cocchiara, Robert Fitz- 
gerald, Robert LeBlanc, William Gregoricus. Third Row: John Hammond, Paul Bolles, David Hart, David Henry, Thomas 
Keenan, Carmine Juliane, Frank Grueter, Walter Hinckley. 



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Fwnt Row: Anne Weiner, Patricia Foley, Barbara Thomas, MaryAnne Zammuto, Carol Silvio, Kathleen O'Brien, Joanne 
Vinci, Joan Whalen. Sally Walsh, Jane OBrien, Pamela Whelan. Second Rou: Peter Flynn, Victor Ricciardi, Sandra 
Crane, Caroline Soberg, Anita Stewart. Jane Weatherbee. Linda Vienneau. Eloise Swan, Kathleen Walsh, Thomas Campbell, 
Donald Clark. Third Rou: Craig Champion, Robert Fine, David Burke. Theodore Dangelmayer. Warren Chase. Stephen 
Carmel, Joseph Castellana. 



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177 




First Row: Judith Wheeler, Susan Poison, Vera Ann Semenza, Barbara Phillips, Maureen Williams, Patricia Quinlan, Ann 
Naughton, Nancy Oatt, Nancy Russell, Erlene Nangle, Mary O'Brien. Second Row: James Harriman, Robert Ryan, Alberto 
Velella, Joseph Zielinski. Donald Brophy, William Alper, Stanley Zwirbla, Stanley Vanaria. 



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First Row: Maureen Kiburis, Mary Lou McDonnell, Mary Ellen Keohane, Kathy O'Reilly, Mary Ann Jannoni, Dale Iodice, 
Sue McManus, Donna Wilson, Louise Mclsaac, Elaine Nedza, Sandra Keyes. Second Row: Bruce Jacobson, Joyce O'Don- 
nell, Sandra Hurley, Judy Judkins, Kathy King, Lucia Maloney, Liz Hemmerlin. Judy Anderson, Janice McLaughlin, Doug 
Erickson. 



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178 




MR. LEVEY, 

Sophomore Housemaster; 

MISS MURRAY, 

secretary 

Left: Alicia Questrom, Diane Shaw, 
Donna Harris, Marie Davenport, 
Joanne Giorgianni, Dolores Con- 
dell, Bernadette Mancuso, Paulette 
Doucette, Barbara Vigue, Nora 
Russo, Patricia Rizzo, Janic Fair. 




First Row: Dorinne Doucet, Theresa Poirier, Evelyn Rightmire, Cynthia Rainis, Geraldine Pitts, Nancy Orechia, Donna 
Ricci, Louise Chiasson, Claudia Pitre, Ann Quirk. Second Row: Robert St. Armand, Richard Stolowski, Stephen Shea, Leah 
Policronis, Patricia Powers, Linda Burdett, Catherine Powderly, Jeanne Rand, Joseph Walker, Anthony Zatoonian, Richard 
Shuman. Third Row: Donald Secord, Philip Slotnick, Thomas Sinclair, Gregory Sterns, Steven Sturtevant, John Steber. 



CRoom S~09 




First Row: Nora Russo, Linda Poole, Patricia Rizzo, Ellen Salo, Margaret Sarmanian, Linda Le Blanc, Sharon Gustafson, 
Mary Rose, Kristine Santoro, Cheryl Selig, Deborah Rutledge, Elna Rebenack. Second Row: Kenneth Vienneau, Francis 
Uttaro, Nancy Salamone, Linda Schuessler, Olive Samson, Patricia Scannell, Karen Schopen, Aurore Richard, Peter Tousig- 
nant, Marc Webb, John Ukraine. Third Row: Arthur Swanson, David Thibodeau, Frederick Taranto, Vincent Vaccarello, 
Richard Vittum, Alfred Thibeault, Gary Uhlig, Michael Tammaro, James Wareing, Joseph Teller. 



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180 




First Row: Marilyn Thomas Lorraine Arnold, Mary Ann Taranto, Jane Ackles, Virginia Barnes, Barbara Almada, Lynda 
Huffman, Paula Palumbo, Linda Arizmendi, Jean Abrego, Carol Arnone. Second Row: Steven Affleck, Forrest Beaton, 
Ronald Arsenault, Donna Bachelder, Victoria Barlow, Janice Ayvazian, Carol Baumann, Alan Amiralian, Paul Arch- 
deacon, George Begin. Third Row: John Archdeacon, Louis Amelia, Robert Arsenault, Walter Bardsley, Charles Annun- 
ciata, Robert Bass, Scott Bennett, Henry Leger, Robert Baker. 



CRoom S-0I3 




First Row: Valerie Stedman, Marcia Stewart, Christine Sennett. Diane Strait. Carol Steber, Julie Taranto, Sandra Soles, 
Irene Stolowski, Karen Scamman, Margaret Stevens, Mary Skane. Second Row: David Evans, Brent Bonnyman. Patricia 
Taranto, Nancy Silva, Joan Sheehan, Mary Anne Cormier, Fern Tanner. Gilda Taranto, Robert LaCroix. Michel Weiser, 
Dennis Vasquezi. Third Row: William Condon. Bruce Wetmore, Robert Campbell. David Cincotta. James Shea, Thomas 
Wheeler, Thomas Berry, Peter Ricci, Joseph DeStefano, John Pendergast. 



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181 




First Row: Shelia Burns, Jean Cappadona, Carol Chaisson, Mary Brandt, Sandra Cain, Corrine Brown, Janet Brehm, Susan 
Chane, Joan Callahan, Donna Cane, Sandra Camuti. Second Row: John Collura, Joseph Coleman, Frances Caruso, Sandra 
Bowley, Lois Borges, Jackie Vautour, Paulette Bourque, Lana Caramanica, Margaret Vitale, John Bray, Robert Code, Robert 
Bushway. Th'nd Row: Silvio Boucher, Paul Clare, Richard Geary, Rodney Campbell, John Carney, Walter Buhler. 



CRoom S-017 




First Row: Diann Leger, Kathleen Connelly, Linda King, Marsha McDonald, Susan Lawrence, Paula Bell. Second Row: 
Edwin Cherno:sky, Michael Whelan, Susan Annunziata, Jacqueline Smith, Alice Collins, Lawrence Mandile, Frank McGuire. 
Third Row: Peter O'Malley, Richard Gerard, Paul Connolly. Gary Hemphill, James Lynch, James Francis. 




182 




First Row: Elizabeth DeWolfe, Mary Cincotta, Anne Collura, Linda Curren, Barbara Douglas, Debbie Deagle, Marguerite 
Vasselin, Rosemary Cincotta, Yvonne DiNauta, Susan Dunn, Barbara Deveau. Second Row: Richard Cooney, Dana 
Grant, Donald Demoy, Jean Dennison, Pat Duffer, Sherry Coleman, Mary Moran, Nancy Day, Mark Coen, Robert Cox, 
Frank Cotton. Third Row: James Dalfino, Paul Cuerdon, Robert Doucette, Roland Dion, Carl Crockford, Michael DiGregory, 
Jeff Coburn, Louis Deneault, Warren Dow, Owen Reilly, Robert Desimone. 



CRoom S-l/2 




First Row: Janice Gallagher, Patricia Doherty, Donna Gallagher, Rita SantaMaria, Donna Harris, Bernice Gaudet. Chery 
Hanna, Susan Drechsler, Mary Dowcett, Evelyn Hyder. Second Row: William Lyons, Michael Tierney, Edward Lcvn.irJ 
Anne Horenstein, Virginia Gilbert, Janice DeGregorio, Gloria Profette. Nicholas Mariani, Roger LeBIanc. David Di 
Gregorio. Third Ron: John Gollinger, Joseph Geary, Michael Hirschfeld, John Hickey, Richard Fedele. Blair Llewellyn 
Steve Hardy, Ralph Gaudet. Thomas Gledhill, Erland Hardy, William Whelan. 



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183 




First Row: Joan Jensen, Audrey Ialongo, Hazel O'Hara, Janet Hanley, Cora Gangi, Diane Gleason, Paulette Doucette, 
Stephanie Casale, Jean Price, Marie Ferrera, Priscilla Fay. Second Row: Patrick LeBlanc, Arnold Gugarty, James Chaisson, 
Walter Gustafson, Catherine Jackson, Nancy Rimuimian, Audrey Gustavson, Gregory McElroy, Michael Guzzi, Robert 
Lopez, Donald Marsh. Third Row: Eugene Horvitz, Bradford Collins, John DiCicco, Roger Jacob, Robert Gorman, 
Paul McGovern, Taylor Johnson, Joseph Juppe, Douglas MacKenzie, Joseph Picard. 




First Row: Patricia Kaufman, Margaret Keane, Margaret -Horrigan, Charlotte Katz, Susan Giardina, Joanne Godde, Linda 
Jean Keefe, Janet LaFargue, Margaret Kaszubski, Martha Isaacson, Constance Long. Second Row: James LaCava, Donald 
Merida, Robert Hinckley, David Edmunds, Evelyn Gorgone, Carol Gatta, Alan Hopwood, Lawrence Hill, Thomas Jenkins, 
Thomas Keilty. Third Row: Arthur Leger, Wayne Morgan, John Bace, Paul Monahan, Russell Breck, Mark Keenan, David 
Keeler, John Vezeau, Leslie Harper, Robert Keyes, Bruce Kennedy. 




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First Row: Kathleen McLellan, Ellen Mearls, Margaret Murphy, Nancy Mclvor, Marydeane Margeson, Rose Morris, Kath- 
leen Nicotera, Darlene Oatley, Veronica Murphy, Marlies Willscher, Patricia Bourque. Second Row: Robert Parvenik, Law- 
rence Nile, Norma McGann, Donna Morine, Michele Mogan, Sheila Monahan, Diane Morrison, Glenda Murchie, Michael 
O'Neil, James O'Brien, Richard Nichols. Third Row: Ralph Patuto, Robert Aucoin, Joseph Picariello, Norman Belliveau, 
David Ohnemus, Anthony Piantedosi, Paul Sharp, David Peace, Donald Ricciato. 



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First Row: Linda Chiasson, Mary Coutu, Janet Cormier, Elaine D'Amicis, Joanne Colombo, Marie Davenport. Judith Conkiro, 
Gail Bryant, Jean Corrigan, Karen Wolcott, Theresa Cellucci, Donna Clark. Second Rnu : Edgar Bastarache, Stephen Carme, 
David Chiasson, Eileen Coll. Mary Chartier, Kathleen Byrd. Theresa Chiasson, Carol Clark, Reginald Cormier, Lawrence 
Connearney, Lawrence Cardarelli. Third Row: James Corkery, Lawrence Cormier, Steven Condtll, John Cincotta, John 
Clarke, Ronald Clough, Paul Corbett, Stephen Crain. 



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First Rom: Donna Lembo, Linda Kelly, Carol Wians, Elaine LaBoissiere, Gail Jamer, Diane Iagulli, Evelyn Jackson, 
Martha Jahson, Deborah Lester, Eleanor Keohane. Linda Kupelian. Second Roiv: Daniel LeClaire, Philip Leduc, Helei 
Kneisel, Susan Kendall, Gail Kulin, Karen Drom, Cynthia Williamson, Barbara Stever, Sheila Kokidko, Majella LeBlanc, 
Steven Leonard, Robert Lesuer. Third Row: William Morgan, Thomas Kyte, John Kavelski, Richard Nangle, Robert Lisa, 
Kevin Kiley, John Kramer, Michael Nelson, Lawrence Muise, Robert Kelner. 




First Row: Kathleen Ferriter, Debra Coxall, Maxine Waitkumas, Norma Forcier, Karen Frostig, Marie Anne Composto, Chris- 
tine Dwyer, Joanne Fitzsimmons, Rose Falzone, Serafina" Collura. Second Roiv: Carlo DiGiusto, Beth Phelan, Linda 
Ferro, Lesley Fox, Susan Rooney, Karen Enos, Diane Coughlan, Sandra Elston, Donna Frary, Linda Eldridge, Thomas Gar- 
diner. Third Row: Leonard DiStefano, Lester Evans, Kevin Fahey, Thomas Fiore, Kenneth Eisner, Arnold Epstein, Roland 
Fournier, John Fitzgerald, William Edmonds, Robert Fasulo, Francis Doherty, James Gates. 




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O'Brien, Joanne Neary, Sonja Pass, Mary O'Neill, Paula Poirier. Second Row: Robert Romaniecki, Edward Deptula, Maureen 
O'Connell, Nancy Peters, Carol Phelan, Doris Njus, Deborah Muise, Sandra Peters, David Ramey, Bruce Rosen. Third Row: 
David Terrasi, Francis Rigoli, Carl Reynolds, Steve Ramberg, Robert Porter, Robert Priest, Douglas Tierney, Bernard 

Shadrawy, Michael Plamondon. 



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Webb, Anne Grasso, Kathleen Gill, Sally Giacosanzio, Carol Goldstein. Second Row: Andrew Lawson. Michael Freeman, 
Beverly Demeo, Carol Gaudet, Sally Gorgone, Nancy Gledhill, Francis Foote, Mary Furbush, John Graceffa. William 
Frazier. Third Rou : David King, Tom Handrahan, Marshall Jensen, Donald Gage, George Gero, Ricky Furbush, Robert 
Frechette, Bob Larcome, Christopher Fiedler, Gary Freedman. 



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beth Larrabee, Gladys Leate, Kathy MacDonald, Diane Wyskiel, Loxi Keith. Second Roiv: Richard MacDonald, Thomas 
Mareno, Rel Lincoln, Barbara Leard, Cheryl Leskoski, Sharon Lally, Ruth Leavitt, Marcia Taylor, James Pratt, Joseph 
Qualitz. Third Row: Charles Manero, Robert Marcou, Mario Lituri, Gary Mackin, George MacClary, William Madden, 
Gary Marcoux, Leonard LeBlanc. 



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Catherine Mahoney, Linda MacLennan, Margaret MacNeil, Jean Marzano, Judy MacDonald, Janice Mahoney. Second Row: 
Raymond McDonald, Daniel Martin, Donna MacMillan, Marion Cutting, Beverly Manzelli, Barbara Lewis, Barbara Tushin, 
Mary Maloney, Bernadette Mancuso, Michael Fahey, Robert Renna. Third Row: Kevin Murphy, Robert McGinty, David 
Recine, Joseph Santolucito, Hugh Masterman, John Meserve, John Ravenscroft, William McQuiggan, Brian McMahon. 



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Janet Benger, Janice Tirone, Barbara Bilansky, Jeanne Bonazzi. Second Row: Albert Bertrand, William Blake, Donna 
Kelley, Marie Bourgeois, Shirley Bowman, Anne Mae Berns, MaryAnne Varley, Andrea Bernardi, Grace Basile, Paul 
Bergesen, Clifford Broderick. Third Row: Richard Black, Richard Bothen, William Boisvert, George Campbell, Stephen 
Behnke, Romeo Goguen, John Burns. 



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Second Row: Stephen Picone, Carole Cericola, Janice Garland, Anne Argiro, Jeanne Bourgeois, John Ferrazzani. Third Row: 
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1964 




Thomas F. Neylon, Jr. 



Paul D. Shea 



WHEREAS, In the early days of this publication Mr. Neylon and Mr. Shea have been the 
spark of inspiration and dedication, and 

WHEREAS, They have played a major role in formulating our ideas, instilling in us fundamental 
principles of behavior and preparing us to meet the duties and responsibilities of our office, and 



WHEREAS, While they have worked long hours in the preparation and publication of this book 
in addition to their other academic duties, their efforts sometimes find reward only in the inner satis- 
faction of having fulfilled their duties well, and in their joy in the development, happiness, and 
achievements of their students, and 



WHEREAS, Our school, recognizing that they are not honored enough; 



NOW, therefore, WE THE MIRROR EDITORS, in accordance with Chapter 06174 of the Acts of 
1964, do hereby proclaim as 

Unomas CJ. JX^eu/on^ [Jr. and J aul D. <unea (HJeeA 

May 31— June 7, 1964 



GIVEN at the Executive Chamber in S-210, this 
twenty-first day of June, in the year of our Lord, 
one thousand nine hundred and sixty-four, and of 
the Independence of the United States of America, 
the one hundred and eighty-eighth. 




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For their many courtesies the Minor staff also wishes to thank: Mr. William Gallagher and Mr. Lloyd 
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Rodney Cail 
Dennis Callahan 
Richard Campbell 
John Cappadona 
Jonathan Carchia 
Thomas Casey 
Eleanor Castellana 
John Cathcart 
Marie Chaisson 
Martha Chaisson 
Diane Chandonait 
Victor Charnley 



Janice Cincotta 
Linda Cincotta 
Rosemarie Cipriano 
Judith Clarke 
Betsy Colborne 
Jean Coleman 
Rosemarie Collette 
Anne Colombo 
Marcia Gallagher 
Jeanne Kelley 
Genie Polower 
Linda Taylor 



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James Bogle 
Steven Bolio 
Angelina Bonica 
John Bonica 
Helen Boudreau 
Bernadette Bourque 
Robert Bowen 
Brian Bowley 
James Brandt 
Edward Brannelly 
Susan Bratenas 
Francis Brazell 
Paul Proia 
Barry Brennan 



William Brennan 
Joseph Brown 
Stephen Brown 
Geraldine Cappadona 
Linda Caramanica 
Linda Carney 
Joann Carroll 
Ellen Carruthers 
Cynthia Carter 
Pauline Carulli 
Ronald Maclnnis 
Robert Patterson 
Richard Pintabona 
Stephen Pittorino 
Alexander Somers 




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Omer Gagnon 
Arthur Piper 
William Porter 
Craig Prophet 
Royal Rhodes 
Carl Rigoli 
Carolyn Ritcey 
Ann Robbins 
Alfred St. John 
Carol Salamone 
Joan Scalese 
Donna Schauf us 
Rosalie Scifo 
Diane Shaw 



Louise Shaw 
Kenneth Shea 
Thomas Di Mare 
Carol Ann Shedd 
Gail Sherwood 
Joan Shirley 
Sandra Sickles 
Judith Sicotte 
Sandra Sicotte 
Marilyn Sloet 
Lillian Soucey 
Eleanor Spaulding 
Robert Pazzano 




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Harry Chiasson 
Ann Corrigan 
Myrtle Crocker 
Gail Doucette 
Steven Ducey 
Gregory Erickson 
Michael Flynn 
Herbert Kelley 
Jean Le Vert 
Sean McCaughan 
Peter Richardson 
Kevin Ryan 
Laurie Smith 



Stanley Uhlig 
Robert Vanaria 
Robert Vasquesi 
Paul Walker 
William Walker 
Kenneth Walton 
Clayton Whitney 
Marlene Wyskiel 
Orrin Young 
Sharon Young 
Judith Zacher 
Peter Zammuto 
Richard Zeigler 
Richard Zmijewski 



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James Boudreau 
Sheila Davis 
Virginia Davis 
Mary Delosa 
David Demeo 
Kathleen DeVincent 
Suzanne Dawson 
Nancy Demoy 
Pearl Deneault 
John Deveau 
Charlene Doheny 
Arthur Dolan 
Roger Donle' 
Emilie Doucet 
Nancy Doucette 



Nancy Douglas 
Roy Dozois 
Myles Drake 
Steven Ducey 
Jacqueline Dugas 
Roberta Duggan 
James Dukat 
Clifford Dyke 
Linda Eagan 
James Earley 
Loreen Edry 
William Ekstrom 
Robert Elliott 
Bruce MacDonald 
Robert Stone 



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John Babstock 
Edith Burton 
Anthony Caruso 
Judith Defina 
Richard DeVincent 
Gail Marie Edwards 
Sameera Elfar 
David Emerson 
Leonard Erickson 
Alan Etkind 
Janice Fair 
Carol Faulkner 
Eleanor Feeley 
George Ferry 
Mark Fetbroth 
Linda Fitzgerald 
Kevin Fitzpatrick 



Elizabeth Fitzsimmons 
Robert Flinn 
John Flynn 
Alan Forbes 
Donna Franks 
Janice Frazier 
Joseph Frullo 
Geraldine Gaeta 
Jacquelyn Garland 
Arlene Genova 
Mary Giardina 
Jean Mancuso 
Kathleen Mitchell 
Claude Presseau 
Peter Ryan 
Edward Seymour 




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Sally Agrillo 
Heinz Albrecht 
Gail Alimansky 
Florence Allen 
Suzanne Altrich 
Ralph Amelia 
Dale Anderson 
Douglas Anderson 
Judith Anderson 
Joan Andrada 
Ted Arico 
Walter Bailey 
Louise Barca 
William Barry 
Stephen Bauckman 



John Beatty 
James Beckwith 
Patricia Beninati 
Ronald Benson 
Jon Bergman 
Sandra Berinato 
John Berndtson 
Carleton Berry 
Suzanne Biondo 
Carol Bishop 
Charles Colarullo 
Joyce Couillard 
Theresa Stefanelli 
Charles Turner 




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Paul Chiasson 
Marguerite Gauvin 
Richard Mason 
Gerald Moscato 
William Rogerson 
William Romaniecki 
John Rumson 
Allen Ryberg 
Gail Stempson 
Robert St. Germain 
James Sandison 
Robert Santoro 
Nicholas Semenza 
Gregory Shady 
Michael Shaw 
William Shaw 



William Sheehey 
Ann Starck 
Edwin Stascavage 
Diane Staskus 
Cynthia Stewart 
Christine Straggas 
Judith Streitmater 
Judith Stremeckus 
Ruth Sumner 
Simone Surette 
Priscilla Sweeney 
Carol Taborsak 
Jeanne Thibeault 
Joan Tierney 
Paula Tierney 
Glenda Thompson 



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Julia Kaznocha 
Richard Lally 
Thomas Birmingham 
Janet Carchia 
Donald Hay 
David Herter 
Donald Hinsman 
Richard Hood 
Alvah Howard 
Beth Johnson 
David Johnson 
Bruce Johnston 
Beverly Jones 
Maria Juliano 
John Kadzis 



Malcolm Keir 
Jane Kilgore 
Janet Kinsman 
Gretchen Kromer 
Theresa Kulka 
Catherine Landrigan 
Doris Le Blanc 
Joseph Le Blanc 
Lucille Le Blanc 
Charles Morrison 
James Noble 
Marie Rodrigues 
Jane Scanlon 
Edward Tupling 



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Richard Frostig 
Frank Girolamo 
Gregory Gogan 
Stephen Goodwin 
Robert Gorgone 
Stephen Grant 
Janyce Greenblott 
James Gullotti 
Sheryl Hamilton 
James Hartley 
Mary Harwich 
Anne Hignite 
Katherine Huber 
Nancy Jackson 
Patricia Moody 



Lewis Gamble 
Suzanne Glidden 
John Goodwin 
Delores Gorgone 
Edward Gorman 
Douglas Greco 
Rosemary Grimes 
Richard Haines 
Pauline Hart 
Elane Harvey 
Kathleen Henebury 
Roberta Howley 
Bernadette Iodice 
Patricia Jasset 




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Janet Brown 
Donna Pineau 
Stephen McGann 
Stephen McGonigle 
Robert McKenna 
Thomas McLaughlin 
George McPhee 
Alfred Medeiros 
John Milioto 
Thomas Mogan 
Eleanor Monaco 
Peter Monaco 
Peter Monaco 
Barbara Morang 
Clifford Moy 



Bernadette Mula 
Robert Mullen 
Judith Murphy 
Kerry Murphy 
Linda Murphy 
Robert Murray 
JoAnn Noke 
Carol Oatley 
Barbara Oatt 
Donna O'Brien 
Catherine O'Neill 
Mary Orechia 
Anne Patten 
Patricia Patterson 
Janet Pilicy 




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Michael Keohane 
Roland Kinsman 
Fred Kneisel 
Carl Krinopol 
Richard Kyte 
Charles La Cava 
Ronald Lamy 
Thomas La Rosa 
James Leate 
Arthur Le Blanc 
Shirley Le Clair 
Gloria Lentini 
Virginia Lentini 
Christopher Leonard 



Lynn Leonard 
Judith Lerette 
John Levensaler 
Sally Licato 
Cynthia Lizotte 
Eleanor Lobdell 
Judith Loveren 
Elizabeth MacKenzie 
Ruth MacLean 
Donna MacLeod 
Marsha Maeland 
Anne Marie Mahan 
Carolyn Mahan 
Ella Pellerin 



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Edward Chipman 
Joseph Cincotta 
James Clarke 
Robert Como 
Dolores Condell 
John Connelly 
Robert Connor 
Karen Conzo 
Linda Cormier 
Sandra Corriveau 
Nancy Cotter 
Patricia Coughlan 
Walter Coutu 
Carol Coveney 
Judith Cox 



Deborah Crane 
Peter Cremin 
Edward Cropper 
Frances Cross 
Kathleen Crowe 
David Crusco 
William Curnyn 
John Dacey 
Jane Dalla Costa 
Esther Daugman 
Nancy Davidson 
Anthony De Felice 
Maria Famosi 
Sharon Fligg 
Coleman Kelley 



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JJiacnine o^nop 

Mr. Lando Mr. Procop Mr. McClosky 



Ernest Arsenault 
Raymond Bell 
Jorg Bewersdorf 
Arthur Chandonait 
Stephen Dunckel 
Richard Emberly 
Thomas Parrel 1 
Peter Gosselin 
William Hinds 
Ronald Kukis 
Kenneth McKelvie 
James Milligan 
Raymond Vanaria 
Joseph Collette 



Roger Cormier 
Wayne Dunham 
Robert Gaudet 
Alfred Girouard 
James Ingersoll 
Reginald LeBlanc 
Lloyd Ruggles 
William Whelan 
Robert Beaudette 
Raymond Brannelly 
Alexander Demeo 
Michael Ferreira' 
David Fuller 



William Mac Donald 
Ronald Melanson 
James Muise 
Stephen Stepanian 
Paul Walsh 
Ivan Weatherbee 
Bruce Whitney 
Kevin Wyman 
Roger Le Blanc 
Paul Richards 
Roger Caissie 
Ronald Stuart 
David Mac Neill 




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Mr. Russell 
Mr. Stanley 



Gerard Daigle 
Edward Gentile 
Ronald Lahey 
Eldon McWilliams 
William Morrow 
Aldo Agustino 
James Ball 
Emile Belliveau 
Paul Bisson 
Charles Duffer 



William Long 
Bruce McCorry 
Frank Maker 
Richard O 'Regan 
Paul Swanson 
Roger Tambascia 
Thomas Burke 
James Carpentino 
Richard Carroll 
Dennis Fligg 



Stephen Lopez 
Weldon McLean 
Robert Passerello 
Bruce Pomelow 
James Quirk 
Philip Talbot 
Alan Burke 
Arthur Sharpe 
Stephen Newell 
Barry Wheeler 




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Mr. Back Mr. Kalishman Mr. Capamagian 




Curtis Barnard 
Robert Battaglia 
Raymond Belliveau 
Paul Coakley 
Robert Devoe 
James Doyle 
Charles Forbes 
Paul Hart 
Victor Landry 
Gillis LeBlanc 
Lawrence Lebrun 
Francis Surette 
Robert Wheeler 
David Zanco 



Paul Allen 
John Burke 
Robert Calf 
Robert Chiasson 
Paul Cormier 
Joseph Guelli 
Alan Jome 
Bruce Josephson 
Thomas McFarland 
Gary MacLeod 
Stephen Marrano 
John Moran 
Antonio Pulsone 
Roger Nelson 



Robert Perry 
John Vanderlinden 
Anthony Bonica 
Richard Catino 
Robert Fiore 
Gerald Fucci 
David Hire 
Bruce Janson 
Charles Kaufman 
Michael Le Brun 
Douglas Light 
Joseph Mroszczyk 
Robert Wheeler 



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Mr. Daniels Mr. St Martin 




Donald Adams 
Russell Aucoin 
Frederick Bussiere 
Robert Barnhart 
David Cannistraro 
Raymond Grenier 
Thomas Grimes 
Willard Jasset 
David McGrath 
William Casella 
Arthur Castoldi 



Timothy Coye 
John Ferro 
William Fletcher 
John Galligan 
George MacDonald 
Wayne Alterisio 
Kenneth Backman 
Thomas Berry 
Gary Chamberlain 
Gerard Chiasson 
Paul Corcoran 



Jean De Forge 
Ronald Doucette 
John Evans 
Russell Falzone 
William Fraser 
Anthony Gorgone 
Russell Gray 
George Lanthier 
Walter Maclnnis 
David MacNeill 
Robert Wood 



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Mr. Hendry 



David Ahlman 
Joseph McManus 
Robert Senior 
Robert Arsenault 
John Maselli 
Joseph Rando 



Anthony Rousseau 
James Coll 
Charles Lamont 
Paul Peters 
Albert Raimondi 



Joseph Raschella 
Paul Travaline 
William Walker 
Steven Wellman 
Harry David Parrish 




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^auio Jjodis 



Mr. Viscarello 



Mr. Scimemi 



Anthony Bicchieri 
Thomas Ferreira 
Robert Glovasky 
Neil Golden 
Edward LeBlanc 
Warren Light 
Paul Schiavone 
Walter Boudrot 
Craig Cady 
John Cincotta 
Ronald Coughlan 



Joseph Hebert 
Richard Johnson 
Robert Kelley 
Arthur Milliken 
Ronald Paolino 
Donald Pelkey 
Victor Ricciardi 
Michael Scichilone 
John Silva 
John Sozanski 
Reno Swanson 



Albert Toy 
Ray Anderson 
Daniel Cormier 
Clifford Cutler 
Gary Fuchs 
Russell Grenier 
John Maher 
Richard Powers 
Richard Nutnam 
Eugene Stevens 
Willian Cotrone 




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Helen Boudreau 
Joann Carroll 
Marie Chaisson 
Esther Daugman 
Virginia Davis 
Diane Delosa 
Janyce Greenblott 
Mary Harwick 
Bernadette Iodice 
Lucille Le Blanc 



Paula McCarthy 
Bernadette Mula 
Anne Robbins 
Marilyn Sloet 
Mary Orechia 
Janet Pilicy 
Edward Chipman 
Anthony Mandile 
Carl Rigoli 



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Congratulations 
to the 
Class of 1964 



Because of the many opportunities 

that exist today 

in science and engineering, 

Raytheon hopes you will give 

some thought to a career 

in one of these fields. 

Consider, if you will, 

the exciting frontiers 

of scientific discovery 

which can make 

this a better world in which to live. 

Scientists and engineers at Raytheon 

have helped make 

many of the past year's headlines 

in such diverse areas as 

missiles, space, radar, 

semiconductors and electronic tubes. 

Tomorrow it may be your turn. 



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From 
the 



PEP SQUAD 



ROOM S 115 


ROOM S 117 


ROOM W 205 


ROOM S 05 


ROOM S 112 


ROOM S 308 


ROOM S 213 


ROOM W 203 


ROOM W 206 


ROOM S 205 


ROOM 
S 311 


ROOM W 201 






Compliments of 

WALTHAM SCREW COMPANY 


KIRKLAND 
INSTRUMENT CO. 

180 Bear Hill Road 

Waltham 54 < tvrL^ > Massachusetts 

Telephone TWinbroolc 4-2228 

Designers and Mfgrs. 
of Custom Instruments 


"TATTER'S" POTATO CHIPS 

118 Calvary Street 
Waltham 


WALTHAM 
FLOOR COVERING, INC. 

FLOOR COVERING CENTER 
KITCHEN PLANNING CENTER 

433 and 437 Moody Street, Waltham 
TWinbroolc 4-0616; 4-5700 


Compliments 
of 

GRAPHIC MICROFILM 
OF NEW ENGLAND, INC. 

On Route 128 at 1560 Trapelo Rd. 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 


Best Wishes 

THE GIANT STORE 

1370 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


PACKAGING FRONTIERS, INC. 

A BEMIS COMPANY 

204 Second Avenue 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

Designers of Form-Fill-Seal Packaging Equipment and the Pyramid- 
Shaped Ultra-Pak for liquid and powdered products. 

TWinbroolc 9-2260 



■^ 



Congratulations and Best Wishes for 

a Happy Future to the Members of the 

CLASS OF 1964 



LEO GALLITANO 



Compliments 
of 

SYLVANIA 
ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 

Government Systems Management 

for 
General Telephone & Electronics 



FENTON G. KEYES 
ASSOCIATES 

Consulting 

ARCHITECT— ENGINEERS 

267 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 



TWinbroolc 3-1345 
Blgelow 4-2489 



Justice of the Peace 
Notary Public 



john p. McQueen insurance agency, inc. 

Insurance of Every Description 

and Bonds 

828 Moody St. Waltham 54, Mass. 



Waltham Students! 

Start out right by buying 

your insurance at 

W. H. THOMPSON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

506 Main St., Waltham 

TW 4-1214 

We Can Insure Your Automobiles 


ERICKSON'S — FLORIST 

511 Moody St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-5472 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 
ENGRAVERS, INC. 

234 Calvary St. 
TW 4-4149 


A & F 
TYPEWRITING CO. 

633 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

RENTALS 


Compliments of 

RODERICK J. O'NEIL 

Optometrist 

TWinbrook 4-2444 657 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 

FEDERAL SAVINGS 

& 

LOAN ASSOCIATION 


ROBERT E. NIMS 
CATERER 

"Good Food Served Right" 

20 Fox Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

Hillcrest Banquet Hall 

Package Plan Weddings 

Receptions 

TW 4-2242 

TW 4-2646 


Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 
TWinbroolc 3-9342 

ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 
KEVIN RITCEY 


FOLLOW YOUR CLASSMATES 
to 

EDWARDS JEWELRY COMPANY 

370 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

School Rings and School Jewelry 

Large Selection 

Tel.: TW 3-6652 


FAULKNER'S 

685 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Paperback and School 
Supplies 


TAYLOR'S DRUG, INC. 

ROY A. TAYLOR JR., Reg. Ph. 

554 Moody Street 
Walt+iam Mass. 

Tel. TWinbroolc 4-4705 



Congratulations to the Class of 1964 

SANBORN COMPANY 



(A Subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard Company) 



Manufacturers of Electronic Measurement 



Equipment for Medicine and Industry 



Route 128 in Waltham 



"A PROFIT SHARING COMPANY" 



Compliments of 
Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 

GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 

Summer Street 

WALTHAM, 

MASS. 


SHAW'S ATLANTIC 
SERVICE STATION 

487 Main St. TW 3-9828 
Waltham 


WALTHAM MOTOR CO. 

1055 Main St. 

Pontiac Cadillac Tempest 

Sales Service 

TW 3-3600 


Compliments of 

COLEMAN AND SONS, REALTORS 


Open Wed. and Fri. Eves. TWinbrook 
Till 9:30 P.M. 3-7358 

CHEZ EUSE 
BRIDAL SALON, INC. 

Waltham's Complete Bridal Salon 

683 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
(AT CENTRAL SQUARE) 


A FRIEND 


NANKING CHINESE RESTAURANT 

659 Main St., Waltham 



TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1964 



Congratulations and very best wishes for the years that lie 



ahead. 



It is our most fervent hope that each of you will achieve still 
higher education and with it knowledge to enable you to 
enjoy a fuller life and to understand more thoroughly the 
problems of men and of nations. 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. - REALTOR 

LOU KIRSCH, 3rd - INSURANCE 

WELTON BROWN - SALES 



Compliments of 

RISEBERG'S 

286 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

"Your Teen Store in Waltham" 


Compliments 
of 

J. F. & F. 1. 

ROBINSON, 

INC. 

All Forms 
of Insurance 


FLORIST 

Telephone 225-229 High Street 
TWinbrook 4-6161 Waltham 54, Mass. 


Compliments of 

UNIVERSITY SHOE REPAIR 

903 Main Street 
Waltham 


WILLIAM H. NEVARD 

1 13 Farnum Road 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 4-3431 


MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

JOHN J. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 

463 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
TWinbrook 3-3797 


H. E. WESTON 
JEWELRY CO., INC. 

344 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Telephone 
TW 4-2880 


DOMENIC'S MARKET 

525 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-1099 

FREE DELIVERY 



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Compliments and Best Wishes 
From the Waltham 

CHARTER HOUSE HOTEL 

Route 128 at Winter Street 
(Exit 48 and 48 E) 

TWinbrook 9-8700 

M. GLOVIN 
General Manager 


CORRADO'S 

Specializing in Submarine 
Sandwiches and Cold Cuts 

912 Main Street, Waltham 
Next to First National Store 


BYRON'S 
CLOTHING STORE 

Complete Formal Rental Service 

348-386 Moody St. 

TW 3-7053 


TYPEWRITERS 
SOLD— RENTED— REPAIRED 

PETER PAUL 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

CO., INC. 

II Pine St. Waltham 
TW 3-8920 


LEW'S 
FASHION SHOPPE 

"For Dresses — It's Lew's" 

377 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2066 



Compliments 
of 



FRANCIS J. JOYCE 
AND SONS 



COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 


Your School Savings Bank 


702 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 


TW 3-7792 


Compliments of 


ELECTRO 


LUNDEY 


CONTRACTING 


ASSOCIATES, INC. 


AND 




SERVICE CORP. 


Winslow H. French— 1914 


Electro Contracting 


Edward T. Englund — 1926 


and 


Evelyn Griff Forbes— 1935 


Engineering 


Frank J. Mooney — 1926 


129 Russell Street 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 


Frank J. Mooney 111—1953 



Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 
515 SOUTH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 



Compliments of 



MIDDLESEX FAMILY 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 



20 Lexington St. 



TWinbroolc 4-1900 



p.t 



"Bunk 




MOVING & STORAGE CORP. 



P. E. BURKE 



I I 3 Crescent Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



A T 


E L E 


P 


H O 


N E JOB 


OFFERS 


BOTH 


CAREER 


AND 


SOCIAL 


SATISFACTION 



WITHOUT BREAKING STRIDE, 

why not graduate from high school to the Telephone Company? 
You'll love the friendly young people who'll work with you, and the 
many social activities that make your work so pleasant and rewarding. 

OPPORTUNITY IS EXCELLENT 

and your ability will be recognized. Your starting salary should 
climb with regular increases. And, of course, Company benefits, 
security, and regular advancement are well-known reasons why 
working for the Telephone Company is so attractive to graduates. 

TELEPHONE JOBS ARE IMPORTANT, 

vital to the effective communications of the community, the 
nation, and the world. When you take your place as a respected 
member of the telephone community, we'll train you, on full 
salary, even without previous job experience. 

Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you 
graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where 
to apply. 



NEW ENGLAND 



TELEPHONE 




Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1964 

From 

RANDOLPH & BALDWIN 
MACHINE WORKS, INC. 

100 Felton St. 
TW 4-2157 


WALTHAM REAL ESTATE CENTER 

245 Moody Street 
Waltham 

TW 4-0900 


NORTHEASTERN 
COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY 

12 Bailey Place 
Bl 4-8924 


COLONIAL KITCHEN 

19 Crescent Street 
894-4010 


COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

A FRIEND 


TWINBROOK STATIONERS 

9 Moody Street 
Waltham 

899-8840 


Compliments 
of 

RINEHART FUNCTIONAL 
HANDWRITING SYSTEM 

764 Main Street 
Waltham 
893-6078 


Compliments 
of the 

WARE DAIRY, INC. 

43 White Street 
IV 4-7000 


Compliments 
of the 

BEDFORD DINER 

310 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 

275-9807 



Compliments 

of 

ROOM S 010 


ROOM W 207 


SURPLUS MACHINERY CO., INC. 

100 Felton Street 
TW 4-5742 


Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of '64 

From the 

WALTHAM 
SUPER MARKET 

836 Main Street 


PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY, INC. 

831 Main Street 
TW 9-2300 


Compliments 
of 

ROY JOHNSTON'S 

929 Main Street 
TW 3-4975 


Compliments 
of 

DEVINCENT FARMS 


Best Wishes 
From 

ROOM S-01 


RYAN'S WINE SHOP 

196 Lexington St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-9416 


ROOM S-201 



RINGS — PINS — FAVORS 
MEDALS — TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings 

ELLERY P. KOCH 



// 



2 1 Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 






CHINA TOWER 
RESTAURANT 



1074 LEXINGTON ST. 



CORNER TRAPELO RD. 



A most unusual Chinese Restaurant . . . 

serving the finest AUTHENTIC Chinese 

dishes ... in a delightful Oriental 

atmosphere! 



Open Daily 11:30 a.m. to II p.m. 
Sunday Noon 'til I I p.m. Saturday Night 'til I p.m. 



PAGE BROS. COMPANY, INC. 

ION Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Fuel Oils Burner Service 

TW 3-7200 



GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. 

For Men and Boys 
Tel. TW 3-1088 331 Moody Street 



THOMAS P. HOLLAND CLOTHING 

Formal Wear 
647 Main St. TW 3-0912 




& CO., INC. 



WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 
WINBROOK 4-0160 




Compliments of 

CLEVITE SEMI-CONDUCTOR 



MAY'S BAKERY 

World's Most Progressive Bakery 

571 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



TWinbrook 4-1500 



P. E. BURKE 



FURNITURE 



16! Prospect Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



NICKERSON & HILLS 

Paint Service Center 
Paints — Art Supplies — Wallpapers 
917 Main Street, Waltham 






COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE 





itizens National Bank 



MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, 



95 Moody St 
Waltham 54, Mas*. 






BLANCHARD'S 
RESTAURANT 

641 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. TW 3-964C 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 Main St. 



Compliments 
of 

GUTHRIE LUMBER COMPANY 



Friendly Service 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance Real Estate 

692 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. TWinbrook 3-4808 



TW 4-0240 RES. TW 4-0244 

SULLIVAN'S 



GREETING CARDS • STATIONERY • TOYS 

GIFT WRAPS 

CIGARS • CIGARETTES • TOBACCOS 



J. F. SULLIVAN 

Cor. Main and Prospect Sts. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



TWINBROOK PHARMACY, INC. 

JAMES WEINER, Ph.G. 
(formerly of Harvard Drug Co.) 

I025A Main St., Waltham 
(next to the new A & P Market) 

TW 9-8247 

Waltham's Latest Professional 
Drug Store 

Prompt Delivery Service 



CARTER'S 

Appl. Service and Parts Co. 

139 Church Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 4-5445 



DURRELL 
ELECTRONICS, INC. 

922 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 
TW 3-7020 



TW 4-4124 

FRANCES 

STYLE ROOM BEAUTY SALON , 

1 14 Trapelo Road, Waltham, Mass. 

Beauty is a Woman's Duty 



Compliments of 

ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 

Jewelers 
653 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 




Compliments 
of 

CAHILL, DELANEY & 

LAWSON 

ATTORNEYS 

267 Moody Street TW 3-2233 



See Us First 

IDEAL CLEANERS 

581 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 
Pick Up — Delivery 

TW 3-6625 Serving: Watertown 
Weston, Lincoln, Waltham, Newton 



THE RANCH HOUSE 

865 Moody St. 

Waltham 

"When you're in the mood 

for the finest food" 



PLEASANT STEECI 

Of BCLMONT, INC. 

DODGE-DART- 
sales AND SERVICE 

1000 PLEASANT ST.. .BELMONT. MASS. 




aAM4f0 



HAMILTON'S JENNEY STATION 

786 Lexington St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-9628 



Compliments of 

MR. MORANG'S STAFF 
SENIOR HEADMASTER 



Angie Bonica 
Sue Bratenas 
Ellen Carruthers 
Carol Faulkner 
Mary Giardina 
Maria Juliano 
Marsha Maeland 
Sandy McKeen 
Barb McFayden 
Chris Mobilia 
Rosalie Scifo 



Sally Mobilia 
Ellie Monaco 
Barb Morang 
Cathy O'Neil 
Diane Pergola 
Maryann Pergola 
Genie Polower 
Jeanne Thibeault 
Julia Kaznocha 
Cheryl Hamilton 
Sue Broderick 



Jennifer Newcombe 



ROBERT 

SRICHARD 

BOSTON 




\ 



ROBERT & RICHARD 

HAIR STYLISTS 

COIFFEURS WITH A CONTINENTAL LOOK 

COLOR CORRCCTION WORK 

BLEACHING • SILVER BLONDING • TIPPING 
Walk In Service 

FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 



891 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM 



Open Till 10:00 P.M. Daily 
Tues. & Sal. Till 6:00 P.M. 



893-9677 




mM 





WALTHAM 
MOTOR INN 



Totten Pond Road at Rte. 128 
899-3000 



ARTHUR S. MEYERS, 
General Manager 



Compliments of 

COMPO 

SHOE MACHINERY 

CORPORATION 

125 Roberts Road 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



'Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1964" 




IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 



232 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



Compliments of 



WALTHAM 

PRECISION 

INSTRUMENT 

COMPANY 



221 Crescent Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-4000 



RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 
CO., INC. 



Contractors-Engineers 



16 Cooper Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4403 



Day or Evenings 
By Appointment 

DUAL CONTROLS 

"Be a Better Driver" 

ERNIE'S DRIVING SCHOOL 

36 Harvard Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

ERNEST J. CARAMANICA 
Instructor 

TW 3-5930 



Best Wishes 

and Congratulations 

to the Class of 

1964 



TW 4-0802 




LAWRENCE J. SELIG 
REAL ESTATE 

BUSINESS BROKER— NOTARY PUBLIC 

FRIENDLY— RELIABLE SERVICE 
17 Elm Street Waltham, Mass. 



MENDELSOHN'S 

469 Moody St. 
Waltham 






GUARANTY TRUST 
COMPANY 

600 Main St. 

Waltham 

Mass. 

424 Trapelo Rd. 69 E. Central St. 
Waltham, Mass. Natick, Mass. 

846 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-2100 


Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
860 Lexington St. 

Children's and Women's Clothing 
OPEN DAILY 9-9 TW 3-3414 


Compliments of 

ROUND UP 
FOOD STORES 

34-36 Warren St. 


Compliments of 

McKENZIE 
TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

194 Moody St. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 3-8800 


RED CROSS 
PHARMACY 

S. M. SHRIBERG, Reg. Pharm. 

737 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-0034 



B. C. AMES 

Manufacturers of 

DIAL INDICATORS and DIAL MICROMETERS 

131 Lexington St. 

Waltham, Mass. 



ROGERS 
PHARMACY, INC. 

The Rexall Store 

923 Main St. TW 4-1800 
Waltham, Mass. 

(4 Registered Pharmacists) 



NIAGARA MACHINE 

& 

TOOL WORKS 



Compliments of 

ROBERT KENNEDY 

Prescription Optician 
TWinbrook 3-7356 Waltham 



RELIABLE LUMBER, INC. 

All Sorts of Lumber 
42 Emerson Rd. TW 3-7448 



CAM'S AUTO SCHOOL 

976 Main St. TW 4-1086 



TWinbrook 4-4100 

WALTHAM 
MODEL WORKS, INC. 

Instruments for 

Science and Industry 

Experimental and General 

Machine Work 

CHARLES W. SHERMAN 

238 Calvary Street 
Waltham, Mass. 




£au\el £ltcf> 



Compliments 

of 
EMBASSY 
THEATER 




GIFTS — 
GREETING CARDS 

856 LEXINGTON STREET 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



DEAN 
DAIRY 

5 Beaver St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-4090 



MASS. BROKEN STONE CO. 

Route 128 on Weston-Waltham Line 


METROPOLITAN 
PHARMACY 

1090 Lexington Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

LEONARD DUBIN, B.S. Reg. Pharm. 

TW 4-2146 


LEVIN'S MILL END STORE 

22 Lexington Street 
TWinbroolc 3-7143 


NATIONAL CLOTHES 

373 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-5143 

Complete Line of 

Clothing and Furnishings 


CARDARELLI CONSTRUCTION CO. 

143 Chaffee Ave. 
TW 4-4414 


GENERAL PLUMBING SUPPLY 
OF WALTHAM 

104 Felton St. 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM COAL AND OIL 
CO., INC. 

691 MAIN STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 


CHESTER ILLSLEY 

"TEXACO" PRODUCTS 
825 Main Street 


To the June Graduates: 

Congratulations 

From All Your Friends 

at the 

NEWTON -WALTHAM BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Neighborhood Offices Serving 
NEWTON— WALTHAM— WAYLAND— WESTON 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



Compliments 
of 

GENERAL 

BAKING 

COMPANY 


Compliments 
of the 

FRENCH CLUB 


SHEER SIGN CO., INC. 

"Every Sign A Design" 

182 High St. 
Waltham TW 4-4129 


Compliments 
of 

R. S. WILDER, INC. 


Best Wishes 
to the 

Class of '64 
From the 

RIFLE TEAM 


Compliments 
of the 

RUSSIAN CLUB 




SUBURBAN 





SCHOOL 



FULL SECRETARIAL AND 
SHORT COURSES 

OPEN ALL YEAR, 
DAY AND EVENING 

STANDARDS — HIGHEST 

RATES — MODEST 

LOCATION — CONVENIENT 

FREE PARKING 




TWinbroolc 3-3024 
267 Moody Street, Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

"Where kind and competent teachers help you be- 
come a new person with new skills." 



a Garber 


Complete Rental Service 


driver 


Industrial Linen 




saves money 


CHARLES D. BONANNO 




LINEN SERVICE, INC. 


*5XL®^ ° n 


162 Mystic Ave. 


Medford 55, Massachusetts 




395-6730 


insurance 




Garber's office, just a few minutes from 
the High School, now offers frequent 


ARTISAN 


Driver Education Courses. 

It is possible for you to take the class- 


INDUSTRIES, INC. 


room work at school, and the behind- 




the-wheel training at Garber's and still 




have your insurance. 

Why take months to learn tc drive . . . 
at Garber's you can have your license in 


73 Pond Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 


a few weeks — and save many times the 




cost of the course. 




Come in for free catalogue, and see 


Affiliates of: 


our new classroom. 

GARBER'S AUTO SCHOOL 

649 Main St. 
Call TW 4-2100 

GARBER Drivers 
Are Good Drivers 


ARTISAN INDUSTRIES, INC. 

HI-SPEED EQUIPMENT, INC. 
THE JET-VAC CORPORATION 
METAL FABRICATORS CORP. 

KONTRO COMPANY, INC. 



Compliments 
of 



f\u55o _yw/ S^>tuidio5 



EST. 1900 



COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Photographers since 1900 



f* 



WALTHAM HIGH 
GERMAN CLUB 



Der Deutsch-Verein 

wunscht der Klasse-1964 

VIEL GLUCK 




iMARVARDf 



1 



AUF WlfDERSEHEM 

HERR 8ENE.DICT 
HALS- UND 8EINBRUCH 




*T ™ ^F • 



It's Smarter to Charter 

For All Occasions 
Call Waltham 

TW 3-7330 

MIDDLESEX & BOSTON 
STREET RAILWAY CO. 

1020 Main St., Waltham 



SCOTT'S 

Sport and Camp Shop 

463 Moody St. 

Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

ABBOTT MOTORS, INC. 

(Your Waltham Ford Dealer) 

109 Linden St. 
Waltham 

TW 4-1106 

GALAXIES— THUNDERBIRDS— FAIRLANES 
FALCONS— TRUCKS 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 

1910— Our 54th Year —1964 



LOPEZ TRUCKING, INC. 



I 3 I Linden Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

Tel: TWinbrook 3-7900 



Port Newark 

New Jersey 

Tel.: Mltchel 3-8021 



"Always 
at Your 

Service" 



TEL TW 3-1220— TW 4-6149 



V. OLIVO & SONS, INC. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



BITUMINOUS CONCRETE ROADS DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS 
107 Central Street, Waltham 54, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 



PARAMOUNT THEATRE 



NEWTON CORNER 
NEWTON, MASS. 



DIAMONDS WATCHES 



MARCOU JEWELERS 



3 Moody St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-2220 



HIGH SCHOOL JEWELRY 



Compliments 
of the 



WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 
BOOSTERS' CLUB 






B. J. POOLE 

We Buy and Sell Used Cars 

185 Prospect Street 
TWinbrook 3-3900 


DRINK MORE 
MILK 


HARVEY INDUSTRIES, INC. 

Manufacturers and Distributors 
of Aluminum Building Products 


THE 

MASTER BUILDERS 

COMPANY 


HARRY A. STARR FUEL CO. 

692 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-0884 


Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of '64 

From 

METAL FABRICATORS 
CORP. 

73 Pond St. 
893-6100 


f|»M DEXTER DRUG CO. 
^^^5^ prescription specialists 
^ john p. dexter, reg. pharm. 

Cor. Main and Rich Sts., TW 4-0196, Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM AUTOMOTIVE CORP. 

215 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

VINCENT'S BARBER SHOP 



ROOM 
S-017 


ROOM 
S-118 


ROOM 
S-113 


ROOM S-217 


Compliments 
of 

ATLANTIC BUSINESS FORMS 


Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1964 

MIKE O'NEIL 

Photographer 


Compliments 
of 

ITEK CORP. 



nr* 



ROSENFELD CONCRETE COMPANY 



Milford, Mass. 
Tel. 327-1500 



PLANTS AT: 
MILFORD — WALTHAM — ASHLAND 
WALPOLE — DEDHAM 



Compliments 
of 



PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC 



316 Summer St. 
BOSTON 10, MASS. 



Caps - Gowns - Hoods 



Compliments of 

PERODEAU'S 
SERVICE STATION 


Compliments 
of 

MICHAEL B. CLANCY & SON 

1 1 Bacon St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


FUCCI LANDSCAPING 

LAWN MAINTENANCE 

For keeping your grounds looking neat, 
F. Fucci Landscape Service can't be beat. 

TW 4-5644 


ROOM S-03 


Compliments 
of 

PLAZA BARBER SHOP 


ROOM S-102 


A. FALONE & SONS, INC. 

BUILDERS 


ROOM S-307 


ROOM W-204 


ROOM S-214 


ROOM 
S-013 


ROOM 
S-015 


ROOM S-107 


ROOM S-312 




Judy Anderson 
Joan Andrada 
Janet Burke 
Martha Chaisson 
Rose Marie Cipriano 
Carol Coveney 
Judy Cox 
Debby Crane 
Gail Edwards 
Carol Faulkner 
Mary Giardina 



Anne Hignite 
Jane Kilgore 
Gretchen Kromer 
Betty MacKenzie 
Linda Murphy 
Cathy O'Neill 
Maureen Pheeney 
Diane Shaw 
Joan Shirley 
Judy Sicotte 
Paula Tierney 



Compliments 
of the 

WAL-LEX MERCHANTS 
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